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67-69 Camaro Firebird 66-67 Chevelle Left Quarter Glass Oem on 2040-parts.com

Location:

San Bruno, California, United States

San Bruno, California, United States
Condition:Used Placement on Vehicle:Left

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!!!

Project Car Hell, Straight Eight, Two Doors Edition: '47 Buick or '53 Packard?

Fri, 25 Apr 2014

Welcome back to another session in the Hell Garage, where you choose between a pair of projects that match coolness with torment. We've been through air-cooled German cars, cheap Italian cars and incomprehensible French cars in recent weeks, and now we're going to winch a couple of big American two-doors with straight-eight power out of the Lake of Fire. Before the V8 reigned supreme in luxury-car land, cars with long hoods and smooth-running inline-eight engines showed that you had made it, and we've found a pair of such cars that should be gorgeous when restored…after about a decade of work.

Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS (2011) first pictures

Thu, 12 May 2011

This is the new 911 Carrera 4 GTS. Offered in both coupe and cabriolet form, the Carrera 4 GTS takes Porsche's Carrera GTS, and adds four-wheel drive. Hang on, wasn't the 911 Carrera GTS a 911 Carrera 4S without four-wheel drive?

Alfa Romeo 4C Spider revealed: Geneva Motor Show

Tue, 04 Mar 2014

The Alfa Romeo 4C Spider (pictured) revealed in Geneva The Alfa Romeo 4C is the epitome of a modern ‘supercar’, with ultra light weight (for a production car) allowing the 4C to produce very good performance from its modest 17500cc engine. So producing an Spider convertible immediately raises the weight issue in a more dramatic way when the car’s abilities are so dependent on it low weight, but it seems the Alfa Romeo 4C Spider – previewed as a production car with a concept at Geneva today – has managed to keep the wight penalties of the convertible 4C down to a minimum. Thanks to a canvas roof and carbon fibre rollover bars, the weight penalty for the Spider is only about 60kg (around a 7 per cent gain) which shouldn’t hurt performance too much.