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16" Toyota Corolla Hub Cap Wheel Cover Hubcap 2011-2013 on 2040-parts.com

US $18.95
Location:

Providence, Rhode Island, United States

Providence, Rhode Island, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:42621-02110-A

This is one 16" OEM hubcap in pretty nice condition with all clips and wire solid. Just a few small blemishes as shown. I'll give them a little touch with silver paint and they'll be tough to notice once mounted. Part# is 42621-02110-A. Back is clean and ready to install.

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