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R32 Doors, Mirrors, Glass


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Have a pair of white r32 doors not sure if gtst or gtr but I think they are the same anyway.

Doors are not in great condition, have been sitting outside for some time and have rust on bottom and where the mirrors bolt on.

Drivers has the little power window control box thing.

Both doors have glass in decent condition, power window mechanism, Im assuming the motors and the mirrors.

Happy to separate if people need.

Make me an offer on whatever parts you want.

If anyone wants photos or anything let me know.

I am in north eastern suburbs of Melbourne.

Cheers,

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Robbie,

RHD window - does the glass have any scratches?

Also, how much?

Les . . .

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Have a pair of white r32 doors not sure if gtst or gtr but I think they are the same anyway.

Doors are not in great condition, have been sitting outside for some time and have rust on bottom and where the mirrors bolt on.

Drivers has the little power window control box thing.

Both doors have glass in decent condition, power window mechanism, Im assuming the motors and the mirrors.

Happy to separate if people need.

Make me an offer on whatever parts you want.

If anyone wants photos or anything let me know.

I am in north eastern suburbs of Melbourne.

Cheers,

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Les,

Both window have the little vertical scratches that you generally get from the outside rubber getting bits of dust in it, but no major scratches. Also so you know they have some type of tint on them. As for the price how does $40 sound?

Side mirrors - $50 for the pair

Seal - Hrmm, are you talking one inside the door or the one on the B pillar, If there is one inside the door it may be there. The one on the pillar no.

If yous want any photos let me know.

Cheers,

Robbie

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I had a quick look at the window seals then. There is one at the back which looks like it forms into the door seal itself. and also one at the front (next to mirror).

These are both there and seem in decent condition.

If you give me a photo of what your after I can confirm further?

Cheers,

Robbie

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