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1960 Pontiac Driver Side Lighted Ash Tray And Mounting Bracket on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Vidor, Texas, United States

Vidor, Texas, United States
Good condition
Part Brand:GM Placement on Vehicle:Left, Front

1960 Pontiac driver side lighted ash tray and mounting bracket.  Original Coronado Red paint.  No face plate.  No dings or dents. Very good condition.

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