1994-95 Alfa Romeo 164 Ls & 164 Q Used Original Exhaust Header Heat Shield on 2040-parts.com
Baldwin, New York, United States
This is a Used Original HEAT SHIELD for Exhaust Header for Alfa Romeo 164 LS and 164 Q models of 1994 and 1995. Part # 605 93 894. It is as pictured. Look at photos for overall condition. Listed separately is a Pair of Exhaust Headers for 1994-95 164. Thank you for looking.
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