Original 1964-67 Pontiac Gto / Gm Heater Deflector on 2040-parts.com
Berlin, Connecticut, United States
UPC:Does not apply
I DON'T RECALL EVER SEEING ONE OF THESE HEATER DEFLECTORS WITH THE UNIQUE 2 PIECE DESIGN, WHERE THE TWO PIECES SNAP TOGETHER.
SO I'M GUESSING IT IS FOR 1964-67 PONTIAC'S / GTO'S / GM CARS?
IT HAS PART # 9784999 M-1 EMBOSSED INTO THE PLASTIC.
EXCELLENT CONDITION, WITH NO CRACKS IN THE PLASTIC.
IT LOOKS LIKE IT WAS INSTALLED ON A CAR AT SOME POINT.
PLEASE NOTE THE 10 DAY SHOP TIME AND NO RETURNS.
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