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Sacramento, California, United States

Sacramento, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Lamborghini Manufacturer Part Number:400845099B

You are bidding on a Lamborghini: Front Windshield, NEW- After Market..Very Nice..Part # 400845099B ; Fits the following models : Lamborghini Gallardo (2004), Gallardo (2006), Gallardo (2008)c update, Gallardo LP560-4s FL II, Gallardo Spyder, Gallardo Spyder update.
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