Mugen Dc2 Cluster Speedometer Acura Integra Type R Gsr Itr Eg6 Ek9 Ef9 B18c B16a on 2040-parts.com
Ocean City, Maryland, US
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You are bidding on a used OEM 1998 JDM Acura Integra Type R Cluster with a Authentic Mugen speedometer and bezel. The Mugen speedometer has 46,524k on it , very low miles . The cluster is in excellent condition . The front clear plastic cover does have some light scuffs and spots , could be replaced for about $45 thru Acura .
Thank you for looking and happy bidding !!
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