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Old 09-21-2004, 05:53 PM   #11
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My windshield cost $566 CDN before taxes
I guess thats the price you pay for luxury

Of course you could just buy a reg windshield and
leave the HUD off
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My windshield cost $566 CDN before taxes
I guess thats the price you pay for luxury

Of course you could just buy a reg windshield and
leave the HUD off
Never!
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I was supposed to pay 400 for mine, but the guy cut me a deal at 350, cause the windshield had a small scratch in the upper left hand side, that I dont even look at anyways....ill take it!
On a side note, my Lumina windshield got busted about a week later, so I got a multi car comeback discount on it....Glass places dont get alot of group buys!
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I paid $800 Cdn to have mine replaced.
That'* windshield, molding, labour, and taxes.

It'* an aftermarket windshield, don't go thru the dealer... it just costs too much.
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Well, I'm not spending $400.00 for a windshield just to see the HUD. I never notice the HUD anyway anymore. I have to think about this expense a little more .
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Im confused about something, my insurance has a $50 deductible for windshields... does that mean all i have to pay is $50? Or will i have to pay labor and all that crap too??
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