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1954-1958 Dodge Plymouth Cigar Liter Knob* Mopar Fury Nice Shape on 2040-parts.com

US $20.00
Location:

Tampa, Florida, United States

Tampa, Florida, United States
here is a used Mopar cigar lighter for 1954-1958 Dodge and Plymouth models.
Brand:mopar

We have for sale one nice used cigar lighter knob for 54-58 Dodge and Plymouth models.

 This knob is in very nice used shape, The chrome on it is in nice shape, I don`t know if the element works or not.

 This lighter is in very nice driver quality shape. Thanks. 

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