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16" Toyota Camry Hub Cap Wheel Cover Hubcap 2010-2011 on 2040-parts.com

US $23.95
Location:

Providence, Rhode Island, United States

Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:42602-06080, 42602-33130

This auction is for one OEM 16" hubcap in decent condition with solid clips and ring. It does have quite a bit of scuffing and scratches as shown. I will sand most of it but some are pretty deep so it won't be perfect. Once I do that I will blend them with close matching paint so they are less noticeable once mounted. Part# is 42602-06080 or 42602-33130. The back will be cleaned before it is shipped.

Earthquake auction Ferrari 599 XX Evo handed to Google’s Benjamin Sloss

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