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1965-66 Mustang 2+2 Fastback Door Glass Rh Passengers Side Gt K-code 65-1966 Fb on

US $215.00

Hudson, New York, United States

Hudson, New York, United States

This is an original door glass for a 1965-66 Mustang 2+2 fastback.

This is for the RH passengers side. 

The glass is clear- no tint.

The condition of the glass is above average.  

The glass has no da-sander marks from being at a body shop.

There are some scratches which should be expected, but less than you usually find in a 50 year old original piece of glass.

The lower metal work still looks good, but does have some rust (see pictures).

The upper stainless trim looks very good.

The glass has the "CARLITE" logo and a date code of 5J (1965 September) 

This glass would make a great replacement if yours is badly damaged or missing.

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