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1968 1969 Firebird Bird Glass Super Rare Pieces To Find on 2040-parts.com

US $650.00
Location:

Staten Island, New York, United States

Staten Island, New York, United States
Condition:Used

SUPER RARE BIRD GLASS

WILL FIT 68 & 69 FIREBIRD

I HAVE HAD THESE SITTING AROUND MY GARAGE FOR 20+ YEARS SINCE I SOLD MY CAR WAS A 68

I HAVE SINCE BOUGHT A 70 GTO & DOUBT I WILL GET ANOTHER FIREBIRD ANY TIME SOON ((

THESE ARE SUPER RARE & ALMOST UNOBTANIUM PARTS

I WILL NOT SHIP THEM YOU WILL HAVE TO PICK THEM UP FROM ME

THERE ARE SOME SLIGHT SCRATCHES IN THE GLASS THAT I WAS TOLD COULD BE EASILY POLISHED OUT

ALSO THERE ARE A CHIP ON BOTH WINDOWS IN THE SAME SPOT POSSIBLY FROM STORAGE IDK IT HAS BEEN SO LONG  

 

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