1973 74 75 76 77 Maverick Comet Original Red Standard Door Panels Paper Shields on 2040-parts.com
Topeka, Kansas, United States
UP FOR AUCTION IS A ORIGINAL SET OF RED DOOR PANELS OFF A 1975 MAVERICK. COMES WITH PAPER WATER SHIELD AND 2 DOZEN CLIPS. PLASTIC CHROME IS PEELING, PASSENGER SIDE HAS A COUPLE OF SMALL SPLITS IN VINYL COVERING. PRETTY NICE DRIVER QUALITY ORIGINALS. FORD PART NUMBER ON THIS IS D4DB-6223890 AA PASSENGER SIDE AND D4DB-6223891-AA DRIVERS SIDE.
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