70 71 72 73 74 Challenger Quarter Glass Oem Mopar Tinted L+r on 2040-parts.com
Pompano Beach, Florida, United States
This listing is for (ONE) used OEM Mopar tinted rear quarter glass in good condition with only minor scratches. The only scratches I can find are right at the horizontal line where seal meets the glass at the lower rear corners. I tried to show them in the pics but glarr is tricky to photograph.You are probably going to use the newer style squeegy seals that are about a half inch higher than the originals therefore the scratches will be hidden. There is also one or two very minor naturally occuring vertical scuff marks that can be easily buffed out. I have done this before. Fits 70 to 74 Challenger. Please specify left or right when you check out with paypal or hit quantity (2 ) if you want both sides. Thank You!
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