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Olds F85 Starfire 88 98 Right Front " Nos " Fender Extension Part # 583384 Gm on 2040-parts.com

US $90.00
Location:

East Flat Rock, North Carolina, United States

East Flat Rock, North Carolina, United States
Condition:New

THIS IS A BRAND NEW OLD STOCK OLDSMOBILE F85 FULL SIZE STARFIRE 88 98 RIGHT FRONT FENDER  EXTENSION  IT HAS BEEN STORED IN A OLD BODY SHOP FOR 40+ YEARS THAT CLOSED .I ASK YOU TO LOOK CLOSE TO THE PICTURES TO MAKE SURE THIS IS WHAT YOU'RE LOOKING FOR ,I'M SELLING (AS IS ) NO RETURNS  [NO SHIPPING OUTSIDE THE US ]

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