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1966-1967 Dodge Coronet Complete A/c Dash With All Gauges, Very Good Shape on

US $149.95

Mesquite, Nevada, US

Mesquite, Nevada, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details:RETURNS ONLY ACCEPTED IF PART IS GROSSLY MISREPRESENTED, OR IF WRONG PART IS SHIPPED. Part Brand:MOPAR OEM Surface Finish:Plastic Country of Manufacture:United States

Very Nice 1966 Dodge Coronet Dash With Air Conditioning

Excellent Driver Quality, Or Simple Repaint Restoration For Show Quality

All Gauges Are Intact, But No A/C, Heater Controls

Should Also Fit 1967, But Please Be Sure It Fits Your Application Prior To Bidding

No Refunds/Returns Due To Fitment Problems  

You Can Always Call Me At 818-425-2378 If You Have Any Questions

All payments are due within 7 days, or item will be re-listed and non-paying bidder report will be filed. All payments are to be through PAY-PAL only.

No other form of payment will be accepted.


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