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Bmw E28 Euro Turn Signals M5 M535i 528e 528i Alpina Schnitzer Hartge 524td 520i on

US $119.00

Franeker, Netherlands

Franeker, Netherlands

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Refurbished set of Euro Turn signals.

Turn signals fit all Euro valances
Type 1
Type 2
As well as M-Tech front spoiler (covers won't fit then)

New ARIC lenses.
Reflectors painted with chrome paint.
Including bulbs and a short piece of wiring.

Please take a good look at the pictures to make sure you know what you are buying.

Feel free to email me for more info.


Shipping is with Post-NL Services. We provide WORLDWIDE shipping

Priority shipment takes up to 10 days max and the price is $49 for insured fast shipping into any place in the USA.

European shipping is a bit cheaper, please mail for details.


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