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1980's Vw Audi Power Retractable Electric Antenna 811-035-509 Audi 80, 100, 200 on 2040-parts.com

C $60.00
Location:

Brampton, Ontario, Canada

Brampton, Ontario, Canada
have no way of testing
Brand:FUBA VW/AUDI Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany Manufacturer Part Number:811-035-509

Here is a Audi or VW Electric power antenna most like fits Audi 80 but also is indicated audi 100 & 200.  .  see pictures and please ask any questions before purchase.

VERY IMPORTANT: I make every effort to describe items to the best of my ability and knowledge. I do not offer refunds. Payment must arrive within 5 days of end of auction.

I am offering  ground shipping to Canada and US lower 48 state destinations ONLY. Ground shipment will be about 2 weeks within Canada and Air to lower 48 US continental destinations about 2 weeks.

All destinations, plus overseas, can take up to 16 weeks depending on distance for surface so I only ship out of North American continent with CANADA POST so ask cost before bidding. Faster shipping methods are available but will cost extra. All shipping is what is charged by Canada Post for shipping destination, and require your mailing address in order to determine the actual shipping cost. Incorrect payments will be considered non-payment and E-Bay will be informed.

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