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Driving Gloves Mopar Dodge Plymouth Chrysler 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Ottawa, Canada

Ottawa, Canada
Condition:New without tags Make:dodge plymouth chrysler mopar Color:black Size:small maybe medium

you are bidding on a pair of gloves with a mopar logo on them. I purchased these years ago but never wore them or used them. They have spent all their lives on a shelf. Very nice condition, no scuffs, logo is still nice - see photos.

Please ask any questions you have before bidding. 

If you are in the USA it will take 10-15 days for this item to reach you. If you are overseas, it will take longer. If you want insurance on them please let me know. If you don't have insurance and they are lost or damaged, it is your responsibility

good luck bidding


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