Genuine Mercedes Type Designation / Boot Badge For W201 190e 2.5-16 New! Nos! on 2040-parts.com
Part Brand:Mercedes Benz
Country of Manufacture:Germany
You are bidding for a new Mercedes type designation lettering for the trunk hood of W201 190E 2.5-16V. The type designation is new NOS originally packed and sealed. It is self adhesive.
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