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Porsche 911 Rear Bumper Guards on 2040-parts.com

US $350.00
Location:

Laguna Niguel, California, US

Laguna Niguel, California, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details: Restocking Fee:No Warranty:No

 Porsche 911 Rear Bumper Guards in good condition. Please pay attention to the pictures, one of them has a small crack.

NOTE TO ALL OUR VALUED CUSTOMERS Please understand that most of the parts we are selling are 40+ years old and we try to describe them as good as we can but as with anything that old sometimes we miss something unintentionally.Your business and satisfaction with the goods purchased are very important to us and we want you to feel good about your purchase.If for any reason you are not satisfied please contact us and we'll discuss it and we'll do anything on our part to accommodate you.However if you leave us a negative or neutral feedback prior to contacting us and trying to communicate,we will block you from any of our future auctions forever.As far as shipping costs are concerned we try to find the most affordable way to ship both worldwide and domestic.Sometimes due to the size of the package shipping cost might seem really high but that's the way it is nowadays with any over sized packages.If you have any suggestions or know any other carrier that might ship it for less money than we advertise please let us know and we'll gladly accommodate you and ship it that way.We do combine shipping as well.All of our sales are final and returns are accepted on some items within one week of the date you received the item(s),in which case you pay the cost of shipping the item(s)back and we charge you a standard 15% restocking fee of the final price of your purchase.Thank you very much for your business.Pleasure doing business with you.....Good luck on any of your future Porsche endeavors...

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