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Mopar 1966 - 1970 B-body Convertible Lh Latch Coronet, Satellite, Gtx, Rr, C-bod on 2040-parts.com

US $39.95
Location:

Sherburne, New York, United States

Sherburne, New York, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Mopar Manufacturer:Mopar Manufacturer Part Number:LH Convertible Latch UPC:Does not apply

Mopar 1966 - 1970 B-Body Convertible LH latch Coronet, Satellite, GTX, RR, C-body. There is some pitting present, unit works as it should.. Please check fitment before buying.   Please see pictures.  Thanks for looking, and feel free to call or text with any questions or email me through the auction. 6072262883. Thanks.

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