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Vintage Wiring Connectors Bobber Rat Rod Hot Rod Motorcycles Cars & Trucks on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
Location:

Lake City, Florida, United States

Lake City, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Surface Finish:Chrome Warranty:No

NICE RE-CHROMED BOBBER SHIELD FOR OLD HEADLIGHT TAIL LIGHT CONNECTORS

RE-CHROMED AND LOOKS NEW    MATCHING PAIR OF 2

THESE ARE VERY HARD TO FIND.  THE RIBBED END ADDS TO THE
MAJESTIC BEAUTY.

The total length is 1 1/8"   O.D. .720" I.D.  .665"

 CARS TRUCKS RAT RODS--HOT RODS--MOTORCYCLES ETC.

ANTIQUE CARS & TRUCKS, RAT RODS, HOT RODS & ETC.


It has been in our old car parts inventory for at least 35 to 40 years.  Kept dry and well preserved.

  •  THEY ARE BEING SOLD as is.


  • Due to storage and the nature of their age, some color variation may apply
  • with small dents or impressions but rust is not a problem.

  • It is sold as is with hopes that it will meet your intended use. 

Please understand, I mostly sell antiques.  It is difficult to always know how these antiques are suppose to operate and
to provide all the information that I would like to.  With antiques, each one has their own unique characteristic making it
impossible for me to know it all.
I will however, provide my best judgement in describing the item. If and when I fail and I provide the wrong information,
please help me by sending me a contact and I will update the listing.

Be sure to view all my pictures.  The pictures will show the real condition of this item being sold.

My promise to you the buyer, or if you are just looking, is to always be honest and provide truthful information and sometimes
that information may come from other listings of the same item.


Thanks for the purchase.  Pay through PayPal and I will ship next day.

I will also issue a partial shipping refund if the savings from actual vs

estimated is greater than $1.00

Thanks  

SHIPPING:  when possible, I will ship USPS Flat Rate Box.  Shipping cost is very competitive plus every shipment carries $50.00 insurance.


























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