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1971 Pontiac Gto Lemans Tempest 2 Door Rear Small Window Regulators. on 2040-parts.com

US $87.53
Location:

Pottsville, Pennsylvania, United States

Pottsville, Pennsylvania, United States
THESE CAME OFF OF A 1971 LEMANS SPORT 2 DOOR WITH 37,000 ORIGINAL MILES
Brand:GENERAL MOTORS Surface Finish:OEM GALVANIZED Manufacturer Part Number:ORIGINAL FACTORY EQUIPMENT Warranty:No Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Rear Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

VERY NICE ORIGINAL GM ISSUE 2 DOOR REAR WINDOW REGULATORS

CAME OFF A 1971 LEMANS SPORT 2 DOOR WITH 37000 ORIGINAL MILES..

SPLINES ARE NICE ..ALL MOUNTING THREADS ARE NICE..

GEARS ARE VERY NICE..

GALVANIZE COATED ..

REMOVED GREASE FOR CLEAR PICTURES ...NEED TO BE REGREASED BEFORE INSTALL..

HOW LONG DID YOUR ORIGINALS LAST ..

REMEMBER IF YOU ARE REPLACING GM WITH GM PARTS THERE ARE NO PROBLEMS WITH INSTALLATION...

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