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Mercedes-benz C-class W203 Front License Plate Holder Oem 2038850581 on

US $59.91

Upland, California, US

Upland, California, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Brand:Mercedes-Benz Manufacturer Part Number:A 203 885 05 81 Placement on Vehicle:Front Warranty:No Country of Manufacture:Germany

Brand new Genuine OEM Mercedes Benz License Plate holder (front bumper). Still in its original unopened package. Reference # U1318

Note: first picture is a stock photo.

OEM part #203-885-18-81 

Fitment: 2001-2007 C230, C240, C280, C320, C32, C55.  Chassis W203

Please double check with local dealership for fitment on your vehicle before purchase.

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