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Cruise Control Servo Mounting Bracket 1992 Corvette C4 Oem 10098905 on 2040-parts.com

US $29.99
Location:

Scotland Neck, North Carolina, United States

Scotland Neck, North Carolina, United States
Great Condition. Please see photos for details. Be aware that the item is used and may have scratches, scuffs, dings, blemishes, or other imperfections/damages that can not be seen on the picture due to flash, dirt, angle of camera, or for other reasons. We always try to point out any major issues. You are purchasing these items with this information in mind.
Brand:Radar Manufacturer Part Number:10098905

Cruise Control Servo Mounting Bracket 1992 Corvette C4 OEM 10098905

This is am original item which came off a 1992 Corvette. If purchasing for another C4 model please verify fitment before purchase.

Please note that NC residents will be charged sales tax

Lot: A01459


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