1964 65 Ford Mercury Comet Deluxe Locking Glove Box Door W/ Trim Script Wood on 2040-parts.com
Yuma, Arizona, United States
DESCRIPTION: You are bidding on a very nice glove box door removed from a mid 60s Mercury Comet with Deluxe trim. The chrome has very little, if any pitting and only has signs of pin sized spotting from sunlight and slight scratches. The release is a locking button (missing key). I have been told that these are not key specific and any Ford glove box key from this era should work. It comes with a nice wire catch and hinge mounting hardware. It also has very nice looking wood grain insert. This is perfect for that daily driver, but would require restoration for show quality.
SHIPPING: International bidders are welcome but will only be shipped via Ebay Global Shipping Program . Everything is shipped out within 2 business days of payment. Shipping is only offered to the lower 48. Anything sold in excess of $100 will include free insurance and signature confirmation. I accept returns within 14 days of receiving. I will only approve returns if the item is shipped back to me in the same condition as sold. I ship out everything well secured in proper containers, with bubble wrap, and filler to keep items secure within the box
STORAGE: Everything sold comes from dry storage, pet, pest and smoke free home.
FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS AND THANKS FOR LOOKING.
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