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1966 Dodge Dart Headlight Switch Retainer Nut* Mopar 2497249 270 273 225 170 on

US $45.00

Tampa, Florida, United States

Tampa, Florida, United States
here is a very nice used mopar headlight switch retainer nut, chrome.
Part Brand:mopar Manufacturer Part Number:2497249

We have for sale one nice used mopar headlight switch retaining nut for 1966 Dodge Dart models.

The nut is in great shape, it is not perfect ,not show quality, but a very nice driver quality type part.

The part number is : 2497249  . This part retains the headlight switch to the dashboard. Thanks.

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