Nos 1957 Chevy Belair 2 Door Lower Quarter Molding Driver's Side on 2040-parts.com
Belmont, California, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Placement on Vehicle:Left
UP FOR AUCTION IS THE INCREDIBALY HARD TO FIND
NOS 1957 CHEVY BELAIR 2 DOOR, LEFT (DRIVER'S SIDE) LOWER STAINLESS QUARTER MOLDING.
THIS PIECE OF STAINLESS IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. THERE IS A SMALL SURFACE SCRATCH (APPROXIMATELY 1.5" IN LENGTH) TOWARDS THE END OF THE MOLDING. THE SCRATCH IS ONLY ON THE SURFACE AND CAN BE EASILY POLISHED OUT.
BUYER AGREES TO PAY FOR ACTUAL SHIPPING COST TO THEIR ZIP CODE IN A SPRINKLER PIPE OR ANY OTHER PREFERED METHOD. SHIPPING COSTS CAN BE QUOTED PRIOR TO BIDDING ON THE ITEM.
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