Price guide for polycarbonate windows. How much to ask ?

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Price guide for polycarbonate windows. How much to ask ?

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I have acquired what I`m told are high end 5mm FIA approved hard coated Lexan ( Margard ) abrasion resistant windows with a shell i`ve just bought.

There is a set of 5 for a mk3 onwards for fixed side windows and the door windows mimic the original glass and being the scratch resistant stuff I suppose it can be used on a weekend warrior with the winding mechanism still working.
The 2 side windows are the fixed seal type are not the hard coated Margard but there are a spare pair of door windows that could be trimmed to become a full set of anti scratch windows.

There is also a set of 5mm anti scratch mk1/2 sliding door windows.
I suppose if the panels were trimmed there is enough to have a mk1, mk2 or mk3 set.
The panels have a 12-07-2018 date and the protective film lifts off easily

They are of no use to me so on having a Google there are plenty of reasonably priced 4mm panels but the only scratch resistant 5mm set I could find was £383 from Plasics4performance so the question is what`s a fair price and should I split them.
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Re: Price guide for polycarbonate windows. How much to ask ?

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£150 ??
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Re: Price guide for polycarbonate windows. How much to ask ?

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£150’s a fair old price as polycarb prices are going through the roof especially for Margard - 5mm is a bit on the thick side for most motorsport but youll still save about half the weight of a glass set of windys - the Nudec stuff needs chucking

Current price on plastics4performance is £383.35 + Vat ( bit better finish quality than the ones you have )

So in all even £200 is a good price

Paul ( Plastics 4 Performance )
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