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1965 Vintage Cadillac Left Rear Fender Skirt on 2040-parts.com

US $79.95
Location:

Emily, Minnesota, United States

Emily, Minnesota, United States
Condition:Used

1965 Vintage Cadillac Left Rear Fender Skirt.  Has some rust right above the Fender Skirt attachment bracket.  Otherwise, appears to surface rust only.  Stainless Wheel Opening Molding has a some damage.  Overall, the unit is in very good condition & would clean up very nicely for your restoration project.  Ask questions.  Will combine shipping when possible. 

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