05-09 Subaru Outback Rear Center Hatch Liftgate Finish Panel Blue Oem W/ Emblem on 2040-parts.com
Telford, Pennsylvania, United States
Placement on Vehicle:Rear
Manufacturer Part Number:OEM
You are bidding on a mid tail light hatch panel from a 2006 Subaru Outback. This is in very nice shape with only minimal wear. All mounting tabs are intact...nothing broken! These are very hard to find without being broken. Shipping will be 30.00 shipped and insured with a UPS tracking number supplied when shipped. I accept PayPal for Payment. Please be sure of fitment before bidding!! Shipping to the lower 48 States only!
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