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Mercedes Benz W108, 250 Se, Distributor , Jeu6 , 023 31 187 001 on 2040-parts.com

US $105.00
Location:

San Diego, California, United States

San Diego, California, United States
Condition:Used



"MERCEDES BENZ W108  DISTRIBUTOR 250 SE"

JEU6    
023 31 187 001

WHAT YOU SEE IN PICTURE IS WHAT YOU GET,  CAP, WIRES, ETC, ETC..
                      
It´s compatible for another  Mercedes Benz, but is your responsability to check if this match your car.... Some car model even same year might use different parts..


USED !! USED !!  USED !!

Need a good cleaning.. , Please see all the pictures before you buy this item, use zoom option, this part has small scratches and rust as imperfections of normal wear,  as seen in the pictures. 


Please see all the pictures before you buy this item... 


Feel free to contact me if you have any question before you buy this item.


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In this Item the International Buyer has to pay an aditional fee of 20.00 Dlls for handling,  and if is in a country without tracking number I will send it by Register Mail only....

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