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2000 Bmw Z3 M Roadster E36 #1011 Exhaust Heat Shield Set 6pcs on

US $59.99

Portland, Oregon, United States

Portland, Oregon, United States

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  • Donor Vehicle: 2000 BMW Z3M ROADSTER, Vin# WBSCK9348YLC91413
  • Interior: Black. Exterior: Red.


  • Good working condition.


  • Paypal is the preferred payment method.


  • Free Shipping specified in auction is to Continental 48 states.
  • Hawaii, Puerto Rico, And Alaska do not qualify for the Free shipping, Please ask for shipping quote before purchase.
  • International buyers welcome, If not shipping cost to your location is listed please contact us for a quote
  • Delivery to P.O. Boxes and Military Addresses is Additional cost.


  • Payment needs to be received within 6 business days.
  • 20% Restocking fee will be applied to items returned for any other reason except for damaged.
  • Buyer is responsible to research compatibility of parts with there vehicles. Refund will NOT be granted if something is not compatible.
  • Refunds are only granted when item does not work. Item must be returned in same condition to receive a refund. All returns are only accepted within 30 days of purchase
  • Any labor and installation costs lost are NOT sellers responsibility.


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