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1965 1966 Mustang Fastback Door Glass/side Window Oem Left Hand (driver's) Side on 2040-parts.com

US $85.00
Location:

Taylorsville, Kentucky, United States

Taylorsville, Kentucky, United States
Condition:Used

Up for sale is one (1) factory original door glass to fit 1965 & 1966 Ford MUSTANG FASTBACK.....will not fit coupe or convertible. This window is for the left hand (driver) side. Date code is "4J". This window has some issues. There are several marks/scratches on the glass (see pix). They will not come off. The top stainless frame is in decent shape but is loose about 2/3 of the way along the top (see pix). Bottom metal frame is in better than average condition showing somewhat less than average surface rust. This window would be good for replacing a completely shot or missing window. Buying as is. Check out my other items for sale including more Mustang parts. PayPal is preferred.

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