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1974-1978 Chrysler New Yorker & New Port Head Light Bezel on 2040-parts.com

US $89.00
Location:

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Not Perfect but in Very Nice Condition.
Surface Finish:Chrome W/ Clear Lens Placement on Vehicle:Left, Front Brand:Chrysler Warranty:No

                1974-1978 CHRYSLER NEW PORT / NEW YORKER
                                   HEAD LIGHT BEZEL
                                    DRIVERS SIDE (LH)
                        ORIGINAL CHRYSLER FACTORY PART

THIS CHRYSLER HEAD LIGHT BEZEL IS IN NICE CONDITION. IT DOES HAVE SOME LIGHT PITTING BUT IT HAS NOT PENETRATED THE CHROME. A LITTLE DIFFICULT TO SEE IN THE PICTURES. OVERALL IT IS STILL A GREAT REPLACEMENT PART AND LOOKS VERY GOOD ONCE INSTALLED.

Parts are Cleaned and Polished and Ready for Installation. I cleaned and polish them so that dust and grime does not hide it's true condition.

No Refunds - No Returns (double checking for identical match is the buyer responsibility.)

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