mustang convertible Rear defroster heated glass replacement

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Asked by Oct 24, 2012 at 02:18 AM about the Ford Mustang

Question type: General

i have a Rear defroster heated glass replacement for a Mustang but not sure what exact year and how
much its worth so i can sell it.  anyone know? looks a lot like the one in the pic i added. its the glass
window i wanna sell.. not the fabric.  how much can i get for it?

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A little late but, it is worth little to nothing. Without the fabric bonded to it it would have to be re-bonded to the fabric and then it would be sellable. Rear windows are not all that expensive, check ebay.

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well there is still some fabric bonded to the window. i wish i had a camera to take a pic. and its not too late to repsond cuz i still need an answer of its worth/value

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i dont know what to search for on ebay. :(

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New ~$90 to $100. Your price is what you think it is worth, and what someone would pay.

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still wanna sell it if anyone on here is interested. it does not fit my car.. even tho i acquired it.. i dont know how to replace it.. even tho i would love to have the defroster window instead of the fogging when cold window mine has.

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oh and mine does have a little fabric surrounding it similar to photo.

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newer photos of this item

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this is what it really looks like but i cant figure out what year mustang it belongs to. i almost sold it but it was too short for his car too. bummer. i need help to find out the correct year car this will fit so i can advertise it better.. any help with this?

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this is for rear defroster window is for sale. or make an offer.

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