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Bmw E30 3 Series Crankshaft 1288149 M10 Engine on 2040-parts.com

US $165.00
Location:

pieta ', default, Malta

pieta ', default, Malta
Condition:Used Brand:BMW Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany Manufacturer Part Number:1288149

    BMW E30 3 series Crankshaft 1288149 M10 engine

  • This listing is for the Crankshaft.
  • Found on most BMW models - e30 models
  • This is a genuine OEM BMW part in a used condition yet still in very good condition.
  • Part number is - 1288149

  • Can send photos if interested
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  • Contact me before buying if your location is not included with the postage pricing.
  • Contact me if you have any questions, thanks

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