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Baja Bug Fiberglass Kit on


League City, Texas, United States

League City, Texas, United States
Painted red and has been sanded in preparation for new paint.The hood has been trimmed in preparation to transplant it to a one-piece front end.
Brand:unknown Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front Manufacturer Part Number:unknown Warranty:No

I was going to use these but then decided to go with a one piece. The front nose section and the fenders are in great condition. The hood is in great condition as well but it has been trimmed around the side in an effort to "graft" it to a one piece front end. If you have any questions or need more detailed pictures let me know. 

Shipping is not available for this since its so large. Local pick-up only. 

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