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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-11-2005, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
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Rear sliding windows

I have a top with rear sliding windows, I am selling the Bronco, but can't find a buyer. I am thinking about selling the top by itself. I want to see what kind or offers I get from people and see if it worth selling. It is in really good shape and the window is tinted as well. I am located in San Jose, California and will not ship . thanks

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i'd buy just the glass if you weren't across country
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Will it fit an 88? and how much you want for it?
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Will it fit an 88? and how much you want for it?
Yes it will fit any Bronco from 80-96. What are you willing to offer? Thats why I made the post, I will take whatever the best offer is. These sliding windows are very rare to find and even more rare in this condition and tinted.


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What color is the cap? How do the windows do during the rain? any leaks??

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well ill be in San Jose next weekend ill give you a $100 for it lol thats all i got. i passed one up at the wrecking yard one day i could just kick myself for it
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hey is that the shoulder belt hanging down in the pic i need that to for the kids
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can yo get some more pics?
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Just how rare is the sliding rear windows. My Lariat has them, and I've never seen them before.



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I'll m,ail you my top (white and in good shape) and you mail me your top.....seems like a good deal lol just getting killed on shipping would suck

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Hmm yeah would you be interested in trading? or trade plus some $$. that way you still have a complete truck to sell.
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I am not interested in trading for another top b/c I have two other fullsize Broncos I can scavenge from. I really only want to sell if I can get a decent offer. I just got an offer for the Bronco and he doesn't care if I switch off the top w/ the sliders for my other top w/o sliders, so this guy needs a new home. That black Bronco in the previous post w/ the sliding windows is sweet, I like that Bronco more than mine.
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Those are aftermarket; probably CR Laurence. Originals have bars dividing the panels, & 2 buttons at the front where the latch attaches. That second track inside the rubbers is a dead giveaway - the factory rubbers compeletely hide the tracks. The only price I've seen on CR Laurence windows is $400/pr new, but I've never found anyone who sells them.

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Steve83, you are 100% correct that is who makes them. Good detective work too, since the CR Laurence sticker was gone in that picture.


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I just know the stock parts, and CR Laurence is the only company I've ever heard of that makes direct-fit sliding side windows.
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nice bronco .. how much you sellin it?

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Steve,
Don't know the manufacturer, but LMC Truck sells the sliders for $389.00/pr.
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