Toyota Corolla Chrome Le Emblem/plate, Rear Trunk Chrome Emblem, Black-out Tape on 2040-parts.com
San Antonio, Texas, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:75444-12B20, 90975-A2003, 75922-02170
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Up for sale is a TOYOTA COROLLA CHROME LE EMBLEM/PLATE Part No. 75444-12B20 for LUGGAGE
It comes with TOYOTA
COROLLA REAR TRUNK CHROME EMBLEM Part No. 90975-A2003 11-13 OEM.
It also comes with TOYOTA COROLLA Black Out Tape No. 1, LH SVC Part No. 75922-02170.
Manufactured and distributed by Toyota Motor Sales with Part
Nos. 75444-12B20, 90975-A2003 and 75922-02170 respectively. Made in Japan and USA. In new condition. Still in factory sealed shrink
Payment will be by Paypal. Shipping is free for a USPS Media
Mail shipping and handling or $6.95 for USPS Priority Mail shipping or
Browsers welcome, buyers adored. Buy it now to own this genuine and excellent Toyota Corolla emblems and tape. Good luck!
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