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Vintage /antique Mopar "nos" Lower Control Arm (new Old Stock) Rare Find ! on 2040-parts.com

US $150.00
Location:

East Flat Rock, North Carolina, United States

East Flat Rock, North Carolina, United States
Condition:New Brand:Mopar Surface Finish:steel/grease coating Placement on Vehicle:Front Warranty:No

This is a NOS lower control Arm for Mopar  it was with a group of charger NOS I had. I'm not sure what it fits or what side it for, it looks rusty in the pictures but it's not .That is a grease coating the factory puts on them. Please look close at the pictures to make sure this is the right part you are looking for I'm selling (AS IS) NO RETURNS  [NO SHIPPING OUTSIDE THE US]

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