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Datsun 1200 Sunny B110 B210 B310 Side Emblems Badge Nos Japan on 2040-parts.com

US $120.00
Location:

default, SSO, Thailand

default, SSO, Thailand
NEW OLD STOCK. Genuine part. New, never used. However, there are scratches due to storage.
Manufacturer Part Number:76854-H5000 Warranty:Yes Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan

Datsun Sunny 1200 B110 B210 B310 Side Emblems Badge NOS JAPAN 
EXCELLENT 
CONDITION. Genuine Part.
New, never used. However, there are scratches due to storage.
Shipping worldwide
YOU will get 1 pair.
Shipping by registered air parcel.
Product delivery will take 25-45 business days
 not including holidays the post office of your country.
And depending on the distance traveled of goods to your country.
When you receive it, please leave a positive feedback 5Star back to me.

Return Policy : I accept returns if the buyer is not satisfied or damage.

“ REFUND 100%."The buyer must send the goods back in perfect condition. and buyer pays shipping 100%.

If the buyer does not receive the parcel "100% refund".

When checking out a post office in your town that is lost or missing,

 which will take about 30 days.


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