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Titusville, Florida, United States

Titusville, Florida, United States
Corvette Windshield Channel, Lower, 1962, image 1
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:176969 Brand:Ecklers

  • Reproduction Of Original
  • Center Hole Spacing-10.75"
This Corvette reproduction lower windshield channel has been manufactured to original factory specifications using today's modern manufacturing techniques. You will find the fit and function will work superbly for your restoration. In addition, using a reproduction lower windshield channel from Eckler's will add authenticity and value to your Corvette.

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