68 69 Torino Gt Fastback Lh Parking Light Nice on 2040-parts.com
Gainesville, Florida, United States
Placement on Vehicle:Left
Other Part Number:C8OB-13216-A
Up for sale is a very nice left hand parking light for a 68-69 Torino. These lights are VERY hard to find in this condition as they are frequently damaged or corroded. In fact the RH lamp on this car was just as nice but it was broken. This one was removed from a no salt Florida 69 GT and has survived somehow. As you can see in the photos it is in excellent condition with really nice chrome and almost no corrosion or pitting. There are some very very light sanding marks on the outside edge which I have tried to show in the photos. They are so light that you have to catch the light just right to see them, but I wanted to mention it.
If you want a really nice hard to find light for your car you won't be disappointed if you purchase this one.
Thanks for looking
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