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Ford Sae-pd-69cr Park/turn Signal Lights on 2040-parts.com

US $85.75
Location:

Hastings, Nebraska, United States

Hastings, Nebraska, United States
Condition:Used

THIS PAIR OF FORD PARK/TURN SIGNAL LIGHTS ARE ORIGINAL, VINTAGE.

AS YOU CAN SEE - PICTURE #3 - THEY BOTH ARE IN WORKING CONDITION AND THE WIRING IS GOOD. THE BULBS ARE NOT INCLUDED.

THERE ARE NO CRACKS OR BREAKS IN THE LENSES.

THE BODY OF THE LIGHTS SHOWS SOME SCUFFS AND SIGNS OF AGE, BUT ARE NOT RUSTED OR DENTED.

THE # ON THE LENS IS SAE-PI-70CR.

THE FORD SCRIPT IS ON BOTH THE LENS AND THE BODY OF THE LIGHTS.

PLEASE CONTACT ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS.

THANKS FOR LOOKING!!



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