New Ferrari 365 Gt 2+2 Queen Mother Lower A-arm Rubber Bump Stop Set Repros Oem on 2040-parts.com
Tucker, Georgia, US
Manufacturer Part Number:64816
This auction is for a new set of lower A-arm rubber bump stops for Ferrari 365 GT 2+2 Queen Mothers. Ferrari Factory Part # 64816 x 2. This auction is for TWO (2) bump stops. If your's are faded, dirty, broken, bent or missing, replace it with a real factory piece. If you need this part, you probably won't find it anywhere else! Buy from us and save a bundle! This would also make a fantastic piece of garage or repair shop art. Please ask us if you are unsure about this for your application. International shipping is available, please send me a message.
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