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I have this NOS '66 window switch, thought someone might need one.
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It is for either rear window, on the drivers "master" control.
I have no idea what it's worth so let's try this, Send $75 for the switch, plus $25 for shipping to the forum (100), I will donate the switch and shipping cost to the cause. Send me your mailing address, or phone 306 445 6847.
If the price is too high, I will drop it in a couple of weeks.
Edit, clips are not in box, wires are a little stiff after riding a shelf for 50+ years. Part # C6VB 14A265-L
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That switch is for a rear window, by the way. not the Front Right, or Front left.
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And specifically for 1966 cars, as shown by the toggle design. It will also fit '67 cars, but for appearance's sake the toggle would have to be swapped out for the correct design toggle of that year.

I could sure use that switch myself! But I already have a donation lined up for the Forum in three days, for other things. For potential buyers, $75 is not a bad price for a NOS window switch, considering similar examples run $20 to $40 more on E-Bay.

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It is for the rear , but operated from the drivers panel. they are colour coded, so it will only replace one with a blue plug.
Yes, '67 are a little different, or I would keep it for mine. But I would hate to modify a nice NOS specimen, and I have 2 used '66s, if I need to do that.
John Brewer sells new switches for about the same price, if you need a different location. E bay people are crazy!
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Okay then, how about $75 total, including shipping.
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