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Item #: 20616

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    Used driver side (left hand) grade "A" clear glue in style door glass for the Mercury Cougar or Ford Mustang coupe or convertible. This unit will not have the faint green tint like the SUN-X factory tinted glass and does not include any window trim, so save your for reuse. Very good used door glass with no deep scratches (multiple faint scratches and water spots often will be present). Not perfect but the best you could expect to find from a 50 year old plus parts car and will of course be a better fit than repro.This glue in style door glass will not work in place of the bolt in versions found in later 1970 production models. The glue in style glass was carried over for a short time in the 1970 model year and was used up to Oct. 1969.

    Need a little help identifying some of the markings on your glass? Check out the Guide to Original Date Coded Glass - Mustang, Boss, Shelby and Cougar

    Ford part # C9ZZ-6521401-A.

    *NOTE*
    Air conditioning cars were supposed to have SUN-X tinted glass. Look for the SUN-X logo in the bottom rear corner. Will also fit convertible models, but excludes Mustang fastback and sportroof models.

    Do you have questions about Glue-In vs Bolt-In glass? How about how to properly install Glue-In glass in your 1969 Cougar or Mustang? Check out our video below for some great glassy information!


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    Shipping Weight: 22.50 LBS
    (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
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