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Cadillac Taillights 1974 on


Eden, Utah, United States

Eden, Utah, United States
These taillights are in good useable condition. They are not dented, bent, or rusted through. There is surface rust on the back interior side and the chrome has some problems. They are not show quality, but are good driver quality taillights.
Brand:Cadillac General Motors Surface Finish:Chrome Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Rear

1974 Cadillac Taillights. These taillights are in good useable condition. They are not dented or bent. The chrome is not perfect, but is driver quality. Please look closely at all of the photos. The starting bid for both taillights is only $25. If no one else bid more than $25.00, you will own the taillights.  Please check the shipping cost. These taillights are part of the rear bumper and are very heavy, steel, parts and the shipping might be more than you expect. I only charge the exact cost of shipping. I don't charge for packaging or handling.

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