1991-95 Marada Windshield Complete Nice With Bimini Top Mounts Open Bow Sport on 2040-parts.com
North Bend, Ohio, US
This is a very nice complete windshield for a Marada boat 1991-95. It's complete with Bimini top mounts and the trim as well. The glass is perfect also, If you have any questions feel free to ask. Also make sure you check for our other coming auctions for many more boat parts at great prices! We're located in the Midwest and have a large supply of used and some new boat parts! If you don't see what your looking for feel free to ask. We strive to have quality parts, and honor them! Also shipping applies to the lower 48, if your an International buyer please wait for an invoice before making payment. Thanks again and Good Luck! This will be shipped freight so if you'd like a quote feel free to ask, we'll get the best price guaranteed! Thanks
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