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Vintage Cadillac Rear Driver/left Green/tinted Glass Window-1960's Dot 15 M74 on 2040-parts.com

US $55.00
Location:

Landers, California, United States

Landers, California, United States
This needs to be cleaned. And someone had put tinting on top of the tinting and you can see some is scratching off. Other than that, this is in great condition. No cracks. No chips.
Placement on Vehicle:Left, Rear Surface Finish:Glass

 Vintage CADILLAC Rear Left/Driver's side Green/Tinted Glass Window-1940's? 1950's? 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 PPG FLO-LITE AS-2  Solid Tempered DOT 15 M74

This needs to be cleaned. And someone had put tinting on top of the tinting and you can see some is scratching off. Other than that, this is in great condition. No cracks. No chips.

This is from a smoke-free home.

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