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Spoon Sports - 1st Edition Rear Strut Bar. 92-95 Honda Civic - 98-01 Integra on 2040-parts.com

US $115.00
Location:

Woodstock, Georgia, United States

Woodstock, Georgia, United States
This is in used condition. It has some light rust on the steel bar ends and some light scratches on the Aluminum Bar itself (see photos).
Brand:Spoon Sports Surface Finish:Aluminum Placement on Vehicle:Rear Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan

Another Part of my Project Parts Hoard. This is one of their 1st edition rear strut tower bars.

- It's a bolt-up bar application that doesn't take-up a great deal of trunk space.

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*It's priced low to sell fast.*

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