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1948 Chevy Fleetline Radio Speaker Cover 3684124 on

US $130.00

Cameron, Wisconsin, United States

Cameron, Wisconsin, United States
Used in great shape, has some minor pitting, surface scratches and some worn paint.
Manufacturer Part Number:3684124 Warranty:No Surface Finish:chrome Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

In good driver shape. Nice piece perfect for restore project! Pegs are all in good shape.

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