Curved Glass Windshield Port And Center Door Both Sides Panels 94 Larson 220 on 2040-parts.com
Faribault, Minnesota, United States
THIS IS FOR Port left side curved panel and center door. Also both side glass panels.THE RIGHT SIDE STARBOARD CURVED GLASS PANEL IS BROKEN. If you just need one panel I will split up. OFF THIS 94 Larson 220 escapade day cruiser BOAT. LOCAL PICKUP OR I CAN DROP OFF AT THE LOCAL UPS STORE IN FARIBAULT MN. THEY HAVE SHIPPED THESE FOR ME BEFORE. SOLD As seen in photo. LOCAL PICKUP IN FARIBAULT MN 55021
ANY ? CALL BOB 952-201-7962.
The boat has been parted out I do have some of the cabin doors . the front sink top cover. the dash cluster. some of the rear seat cushions. the complete camper enclosure. if you need any of these parts please contact me thanks
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