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63 Fairlane Taillights Set Fomoco Tail Lights 62-65 Galaxie Ranchwagon Rare Part on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
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Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, US

Pine Grove, Pennsylvania, US
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SET OF TAILLIGHTS FROM A 63 FAIRLANE. DON'T HAVE TRIM RING. ONE PLATIS RETAINER BROKE. HAS PIGTAILS AND GOOD LENSES AND HOUSINGS. GOOD PARTS.

 

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RARE ORIGINAL PIECE. THANKS FOR LOOKING.

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