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1949 1950 1951 1952 Chrysler Glove Box Door Latch (non-locking) With Bezel Nos on


Redmond, Oregon, United States

Redmond, Oregon, United States
Bezel appears with some shelf wear(dirt) but latch and bezel still appear NOS, possibly NORS as it did not come with box. No key needed so you don't ave to hunt a working key in your classic MOPAR which likely would never need the glove box to be locked.
Part Brand:MOPAR/CHRYSLER Warranty:No Placement on Vehicle:Front Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Surface Finish:Metal with chromed Bezel

  Listed here is a 1949 Chrysler Glove Box Door Latch (non-locking), complete with Bezel and mounting screws. (Note: this latch is not a lock and does not use a key.)  If you are not wanting to waste time nor expense to have keys made for an old lock, this non-locking  push-button saves ever having to worry over finding a working key for the glove box.  Antique cars usually do not need a locking glove box door.  Latch itself is NOS/NORS only fastened to this Bezel as first time assembled.  Bezel may be NOS and appears so but don't know for sure.  It had a little dirt but no other evidence of prior use, just appears very excellent chrome.  
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  NOTE: check one of our other current listings if you need a whole 1949 Chrysler Glove Box Door assembly or another listing for just a Glove Box Door Latch without the Bezel.  

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