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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Sat, 17 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0700
A smug James May – pictured at the Eyjafjallajoekull volcano – has caused travel chaos in Europe
The skies above our heads are beautifully quiet. The vapour trails are no more and the sky is pure azure. The UK has wound back 50 years and the sun is shining.
Tue, 25 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700
The Fiat 500L Trekkiing (pictured) is now on sale in the UK
The Fiat 500L – Fiat’s 500 on steroids – went on sale back in December (and we’ve also had the 7-seat 500L MPW revealed), and now we get the rufty-tufty version of the 500L – the Fiat 500L Trekking – arriving in the UK, and costing from £17,095, just £700 more than the equivalent 500L without the butch bits. The 500L Trekking comes with Fiat’s Traction+, a clever traction technology that gives the 500L more grip on slippery surfaces, more rugged front and back treatments, bits of black plastic cladding and a set of 17″ alloys to make it look more suited to the boot sale car park than the regular 500L. Specification is based on the 500L Lounge – which means stuff like 5″ Touchscreen, Bluetooth, Hil Hold, electric door mirrors, Cruise, Climate, auto lights and wipers, electric windows and front fogs all come in the price.
Thu, 05 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700
Subaru priced its rear-drive BRZ sports car
on Thursday, starting at $26,245, including $750 destination. The Limited version with an automatic transmission will sticker at $29,345. The base model, called Premium, comes with 17-inch alloy wheels, alloy pedal covers, HID headlights and a touch-screen GPS navigation system with a 6-inch LCD display.