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1965 1966 Mustang Fastback Door Glass/side Window Oem Right Hand Passenger Side on 2040-parts.com

US $125.00
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 right hand (passenger) side. Date code is "5B". Average used condition. Showing some random scratches/marks from 50+ years of use (will not show up in a picture). Nothing at all major or terrible but obvious if you look for them. The worst is some sand marks an inch or two above the bottom metal frame. These were most likely made when the car was being sanded for re-paint. Top stainless frame is very good. Bottom metal frame is showing typical average, or less, surface rust. Overall decent 50 year old used part. Buying as is. Check out my other items for sale including more Mustang parts. PayPal is preferred.

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