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1961 Cadillac Coupe 2drht Lh Quarter Window With Frame on 2040-parts.com

US $100.00
Location:

Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Condition:Used Placement on Vehicle:Left

This is the left side quarter window from a 1961 Cadillac Coupe 2drht, an Arizona car with beautiful chrome we parted out. 

The glass is tinted and is uncracked with no scratches. 

There is some deterioration of the tint tight in the corners here and there, but nothing you would notice once installed. 

The frame is in super good condition with smooth chrome, no pitting or scratches.

You get both the glass and chrome frame in very good condition, ready to install in your coupe.

We ship worldwide whenever possible and since 1986 we ship containers with cars and parts to Sweden every month so we offer inexpensive shipping to our Scandinavian customers. 

We also have the right side window, please see our other auctions or visit our eBay store.


Copperstate Classic Cars
1026 N 21st Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85009
602-229-5000

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