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1963 1962 1961 Ford Thunderbird Passenger Side Fender Skirt 051606 on 2040-parts.com

US $85.00
Location:

Eugene, Oregon, United States

Eugene, Oregon, United States
Condition:Used

This is the right fender skirt from a 1963 T-Bird. May or may not fit other years and models. Has surface rust on back. Looks straight and solid. Will probably need some body work.

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