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Mercedes Benz 300sl W198 Tail Pipe Expension on


San Diego, California, United States

San Diego, California, United States

A used 300SL W198 Roadster tail pipe extension.  See Table 33, Item 16 of Roadster Cat. C.  198 490 00 27.  Last time I checked, this item was no longer available from Mercedes Benz.  This extension has been cleaned and refinished with new chrome.  Because of rarity of item, there are no returns unless item is not as represented.  I will take other than Paypal pmt.

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