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1986-90's Jaguar Xjs-he Coupe Rear Heated Glass Oem Nice on

US $100.00

Cranston, Rhode Island, US

Cranston, Rhode Island, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:JAGUAR/TRIPLEX OEM Surface Finish:GLASS/TINTED Warranty:No

 This is an original rear heated glass out of a 1986 Jaguar XJS-HE V-12 Coupe , it is mint condition because the car was stored inside for a long time, also this glass is different than others because it DOES NOT have a THIRD LIGHT (REAR BRAKE LIGHT) because this particular car was from France, window is tinted ,heat tabs look very good along with strips,original Triplex glass, thanks for looking SORRY CANT DO FREE SHIPPING ON THIS ITEM HAS TO BE PACKED WELL AND INSURED, NO RETURNS, WILL SHIP ANYWHERE IF BUYER PAYS COST.

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