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1982-92 Camaro Firebird Dome Light Housing Screws Z28 Trans Am on 2040-parts.com

US $10.00
Location:

Chattaroy, Washington, United States

Chattaroy, Washington, United States

This is a dome light housing and mounting screws removed from a 1992 Z28 Camaro. It will fit 1982-1992 Camaro and Firebird. One of the mounting retainers is missing.

 

See my other listings for more parts from this car. It is a 92 Z28 Heritage edition with 5.7L TPI and 700R4 trans.

 

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