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402388 Used Oem 1969 Oldsmobile F-85 Stainless 14" Full Wheel Covers on

US $79.50

Canton, Ohio, United States

Canton, Ohio, United States
Minimal scratches and minor dings for 45+ year old parts
Manufacturer Part Number:402388 Warranty:No Interchange Part Number:F-85 Part Brand:Oldsamobile Surface Finish:Stainless Steel UPC:Does not apply

402388 Used OEM 1969 Oldsmobile F-85 Stainless 14" Full Wheel Covers.

Nice driver, cruise in quality factory used OEM stainless steel 1969 Olds F-85 14" full wheel covers. One is near perfect, two have barely noticeable dings and one has some scrape marks that should clean up with some quality metal polish and some elbow grease. Look the pictures over, what you see is what you get.

Free shipping to continental, lower 48 states only.

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