2006-2008 Bmw Rear Tail Light Full Set Oem - Less Than 1000 Miles!! on 2040-parts.com
Lehi, Utah, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:7161955
Placement on Vehicle:REAR LEFT and RIGHT
ALL 4 PART NUMBERS INCLUDED ARE AS FOLLOWS :
This REAR TAIL LIGHT SET was removed from a 2006 BMW 3 series with less than 1000 miles on it, and replaced with an aftermarket set - these are basically BRAND NEW!!
2006 2007 2008 BMW E90 325I 328I 330I 335I REAR TAIL LIGHT LEFT RIGHT DRIVER PASSENGER SIDE FULL SET OEM
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These items have been sitting in padded packaging for the last 10 years in storage. Trying to clean out storage unit and get rid of items.
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