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1961/1962 Pontiac/chevy/gm Sedan Lh Vent Window Frame Assembly on 2040-parts.com

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Vidor, Texas, United States

Vidor, Texas, United States
Will need new felt in channel, no glass
Brand:GM Placement on Vehicle:Left, Front

1961/1962 Pontiac/Chevy/GM sedan LH vent window assembly.  Will need new felt in the channel, no glass.  With screws.  Chrome trim on both sides in very good condition.  Off a '62 Catalina.  Very good used condition.

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