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Vintage Cadillac Rear Driver's/left Green/tinted Glass Window-1960's-1970's on

US $75.00

Landers, California, United States

Landers, California, United States
This needs to be cleaned. Other than that, this is in great condition. No cracks. No chips.
Placement on Vehicle:Left, Rear Surface Finish:Glass

Vintage CADILLAC Rear Driver's/Left Green/Tinted Glass Window-1960's-1970's  I'm not sure what year this window is for. Let me know If you know.

In the little corner of the window it says: Soft Ray Safety C3-49 AS-2 27-123 Solid Tempered DOT 18 M27.8

This needs to be cleaned. Other than that, this is in great condition. No cracks. No chips.

This is from a smoke-free home.

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