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46, 47, 48, Chevy Fleetline, Aero, Coupe. Fenders, Hood, Doors, Dash, Windows on 2040-parts.com

US $800.00
Location:

Gloucester, Virginia, United States

Gloucester, Virginia, United States
Condition:Used

Front fenders, hood, doors,dash, garnish moldings, and side rear windows.  Surface rust, mostly doors need a little work on bottoms.  All in great condition, considering age, original GM components.  Have been told parts will fit 41 chevy, I'm not sure.  Parts can also be sold individually, please contact for price.  Example $75.00 for rear passenger fender.  Any questions or if you need more photos, please message before buying.  

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