Window Louver For A 1968 - 1977 C3 Corvette Coupe Extreamly Rare With No Reserve
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Window Louver For A 1968 - 1977 C3 Corvette Coupe Extreamly Rare With No Reserve:
Thislisting is for a VERY RARE and HARD TO FIND rear window louver for a 1968 -1977 Corvette.
I bought a very rare Shala Vette fiberglass dune buggy designed by Dick Dean whichwas patterned after a Corvette and someone decided to cut the top off a 1968-1972 Corvette coupe and added it to the top of my buggy and it came with the rear window louvers which I am not going to use. I did go to my friends body shop and measure and verify my top against the 1973 Vette he has there and its an exact match.
These louversare very high quality and have aluminum finswith fiberglass around the outside, so there not just a cheap piece of plastic that warps the first time its in the sun.They fit the Corvette Stingray C-3 from 1968 to 1977 with the small vertical rear window NOT the 1978 to 1982 with the fast back glass rear window.
These also have both chrome mounting hinges.
These are a little rough, and need sanding and paint and the center support for fin #4 is missing butit iseasily repaired and with some minor restoration these would be new again, but what do you expect for a 40 year old car part.These are used and sold as-is with no returns so please see pics and ask questions prior.
These louvers areunique and very hard to find but I have no use for them so if you want a very unique item foryour vette dont hesitate to shoot me a reasonable offer.
Sorry about the estimated shipping charges but this are around 18 lbs and measure around 45" x 35" and cant be broke down.
If shipping is less I will issue a partial refund.
Due to the size international shipping is NOT possible.
Dont forget to check my other sales as I will be selling all the un-needed hardware and trimfrom the top that was installed on my buggy.It hassome of thepop out rear window hardware andT-top hardware.
(I know the car in the picture is not a Corvette, its just meant to show how the louvers would look.)