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"steel Hood Bezel Kit" - Hot Rod Faceplate Kit - Fits: '70 Dodge Challenger on 2040-parts.com

US $19.99
Location:

Smartville, California, United States

Smartville, California, United States

UP FOR SALE:

Mopar "Steel Hood Bezel Kit" - purchased a few years back for a 1970 Dodge Challenger. Like new, never used. 
 Good condition. Please, see all pictures of actual item. 
Kit includes: 2 polished Faceplates + 2 rubber Gaskets + 8 attaching Screws.

Shipping is $2.99 to U.S. addresses. I Do Combine shipping, if possible! Any questions, just send me an eBay message.
Thanks for the interest, and Good luck on eBay!

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