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Used Passenger Side 1971-1973 Amc Matador Wing Window Assembly! on 2040-parts.com

US $65.00
Location:

Arvada, Colorado, United States

Arvada, Colorado, United States

I'm a car collector who has accumulated too many parts! Time to move some of this stuff out to someone who needs it!

Up for sale here is a USED complete passenger-side wing window assembly for the 1971-1973 AMC Matador!

The glass is great, the pivots are in great shape, the latch works great...a little polish on the stainless and chrome and you're good to go!

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Thanks for looking!


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