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Saab Automobiles Exhaust Parts Vintage Guardrare on 2040-parts.com

US $39.99
Location:

Aliso Viejo, California, United States

Aliso Viejo, California, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Warranty:Yes Surface Finish:Stainless Steel Interchange Part Number:coupe sedan convertible nos oem rat hot rod Placement on Vehicle:Rear

Hi, up for auction is this classic Saab automobiles exhaust deflector guard. In excellent unused original condition. Attaches on top of your exhaust pipe, keeps the exhaust fumes from getting in your saab! Where the screw holes are the metal will bend to fit your exhaust pipe. Does not come with screws but they are available at any hardware store. Thank you.


note: this is in 100% mint original condition. Any marks or scratches you think you see are just reflections. Thank you.

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