Find or Sell any Parts for Your Vehicle in USA

Hot Rod Chrome Skull Door Lock Pulls With Chrome Tube 2 Piece Set on 2040-parts.com

US $8.95
Location:

La Verne, California, United States

La Verne, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:United Pacific Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:70029 Surface Finish:Chrome

Hot Rod Chrome Skull Door Lock Pulls with Chrome Tube 2 Piece Set

main image

Chrome Skull Door Lock Pulls with Chrome Tube. Great for classic cars, classic trucks, rat rods, hot rods and custom builds. Fits 10-24 threads.
Shipping Payment Feedback About Us Contact Us
Shipping

We normally ship within 2 days. Pirate Mfg offers Free Shipping within the continental United States. The shipping method used when you choose free shipping will be the least expensive shipping method which will be chosen at our discretion.

Payment

We only accept PayPal for Ebay purchases. PayPal Immediate Payment is required. We do not accept PayPal E-Checks.

We will leave feedback after you leave us feedback. We strive to offer the best service on Ebay. If you are not satisfied for any reason, please contact us first before leaving feedback. We will do our best to resolve any issues.
About Us

Pirate Manufacturing is a Top Rated, Gold Level Seller on Ebay. Over the last 9 years, we have earned an excellent 99.8% rating. Pirate Manufacturing was created in 2003 with the desire to be the world's most recognized supplier of high-end Automotive Accessories, Motorcycle Accessories, as well as Camaro, Mustang, H2 & H3 Hummer, Jeep, and FJ Cruiser Billet Aluminum Accessories. Since that time we have learned that our customers insist on the very best products available. Our goal for 2012 and beyond is to provide you, our valued customer, with the very finest products and service in the industry. Always remember, you can buy with confidence when you buy from Pirate Manufacturing!

Contact Us

Please contact us at 626-617-1495 or via email using the "Ask Seller a Question" link from this listing.

Top Gear build Motorhomes +video

Sun, 16 May 2010 00:00:00 -0700

Jeremy Clarkson's bachelor pad Motorhome on a Citroen CX Top Gear may turn up on our screens for just half a dozen episodes at a time. But those one hour episodes take a big chunk of the rest of the year filming, so with Top Gear off air at the moment the boys are out playing. A few weeks back they managed to cause the volcanic eruption in Iceland with May trying to rush the volcano in a Hilux with water-cooled tyres, and now the boys have been spotted in the UK with theĀ resultsĀ of their ‘Build a Motorhome’ challenge.

Crunch watch August 09: the auto industry

Mon, 31 Aug 2009 00:00:00 -0700

By Tim Pollard, Alex Michaelides, Ben Pulman and Freddie Fulton Motor Industry 31 August 2009 10:00 Welcome to CAR's news aggregator as we round up the seismic change in the auto industry. Top tip: news summaries are added from the top hour-by-hour  Monday 31 August 2009• Bank holiday today in UK; staff on a well earned break from Crunchwatch!Friday 28 August 2009• Toyota will stop producing vehicles at the New United Moor Manufacturing plant in California next March. Company officials and California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger announced the decision, which comes in the wake of factory partner GM’s announced that it would abandon the venture back in June (Detroit News)• Tengzhong may finalise its deal to buy Hummer from GM next week, well placed sources told AN (Automotive News, subscription required)• German economics minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg says it is 'hardly realistic' for GM to keep hold of its European outfit Opel and Vauxhall (Automotive News Europe, subscription required)• Ford's US cop car favourite, the Crown Victoria, is going to cease production in 2011 (Detroit News)Thursday 27 August 2009• Nissan and Chrysler have abandoned plans to build cars for each other in the wake of Chrysler’s alliance with Fiat.

Report: Fiat-Chrysler could cut Dodge

Thu, 13 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Fiat-Chrysler could move into 2016 without the Dodge brand, according to a report from Wards Automotive. While the company has plans to integrate Fiat platforms into Chrysler, Ram and Jeep products, Wards reports that Dodge’s lineup is thinning. The midsize Dodge Avenger sedan will not be replaced when its production ends early next year, and two other Dodge products are expected to move to the Chrysler brand or be discontinued.