Opel Gt Roadster Cabrio Vauxhall Exhaust Muffler on 2040-parts.com
Surface Finish:stainless steel
Country/Region of Manufacture:Greece
OPEL GT VAUXHALL ROADSTER CABRIO 2.0 16V TURBO 164hp 2007-2009
stainless steel exhaust muffler
2 x 76mm exhaust tips
requires professional welding instalation
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