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1971 Monte Carlo on 2040-parts.com

US $200.00
Location:

Statesville, North Carolina, US

Statesville, North Carolina, US
:

1971 Monte Carlo

"Parts Only"

Good Seats, Cluster, Dash

Glass, Quarter Panels, Roof ,

And More.....!!!!!!

Excellent Rear Bumper and tail Lights!

You may buy entire car or everything you can unbolt

at my garage. I will deliver up to 200 miles

with a reasonable Rollback fee.

CAR IS NOT FOR NOR CAN IT EVER BE RESTORED!!!!!

ABSOLUTELY NO TITLE!!!!!

BILL OF SALE WILL BE PROVIDED IF YOU PURCHASE ENTIRE CAR....

$200 DEPOSIT TO PAYPAL REQUIRED AND BALANCE IN CASH AT DELIVERY OR PICKUP 

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