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Old 02-11-2013, 05:24 AM   #11
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I grabbed a rear window trim setup like this off of a 69 coupe in a boneyard years and years ago just because and it has been sitting on the shelf ever since. I have taken it to every swap meet I ever set up at and nobody has ever even nibbled on them.
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I grabbed a rear window trim setup like this off of a 69 coupe in a boneyard years and years ago just because and it has been sitting on the shelf ever since. I have taken it to every swap meet I ever set up at and nobody has ever even nibbled on them.
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Old 02-11-2013, 05:37 AM   #13
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I grabbed a rear window trim setup like this off of a 69 coupe in a boneyard years and years ago just because and it has been sitting on the shelf ever since. I have taken it to every swap meet I ever set up at and nobody has ever even nibbled on them.
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U want to sell the rear window molding trim to me & how much u want for it ?
i want to use it for my Mustang coupe 1970
can u mail me ? kennekeuh007@hotmail.com

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