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HERE IS A NICE ORIGINAL GM LEFT SIDE (DRIVERS) QUARTER GLASS FOR A 1967-69 CAMARO/FIREBIRD AND A 1966-67 CHEVELLE. THESE WERE FROM A GARAGED CALIFORNIA CAR. THE STARTING BID IS A STEAL! THANKS FOR LOOKING!!!
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