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1965-1966 Mustang Gt Exhaust Trumpet Tips (new) C5zz-5255-c/d Scott Drake on 2040-parts.com

US $63.50
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midwest, United States

midwest, United States
Condition:New Brand:Scott Drake Warranty:Other Manufacturer Part Number:C5ZZ-5255-C/D

1965-1966 FORD MUSTANG GT EXHAUST TRUMPET TIPS-PAIR LH/RH 

BRAND NEW PARTS IN SEALED PACKAGING/BOX BY SCOTT DRAKE

SCOTT DRAKE PART# C5ZZ-5255-C/D


 QUALITY REPRODUCTION EXHAUST TIPS ...PERFECT TO REPLACE YOUR MISSING, OXIDIZED, RUSTY ORIGINAL GT EXHAUST TRUMPET TIPS!

GET YOUR VINTAGE MUSTANG EXTERIOR BACK TO IT'S ORIGINAL GLORY WITH THIS QUALITY SET BY SCOTT DRAKE!


APPLICATION SPECIFIC: 1965, 1966 FORD MUSTANG (WITH GT REAR VALANCE OPTION)

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