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Nos 1951 1952 Dodge Left Hand Gravel Guard Stone Shield Part# 1370911 Mopar on 2040-parts.com

US $39.00
Location:

Windsor, Connecticut, US

Windsor, Connecticut, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:MOPAR Manufacturer Part Number:1370911 Surface Finish:CHROME

UP FOR BID IS A NEW OLD STOCK 1951-1952 DODGE GRAVEL GUARD STONE SHIELD IN NICE CONDITION AS SEEN IN THE PHOTOS. THIS FITS ON THE LEFT SIDE OF ALL 51-52 2 DOOR MODELS AND THE PART # IS 1370911. THIS PART IS NEW OLD STOCK MADE OF HEAVY STAINLEESS STEEL AND HAS SOME SCRATCHING ON IT BUT THE CHROME IS IN NICE CONDITION. A VERY HARD TO FIND ITEM. BUYER TO ADD $15.00 FOR SHIPPING. THANKS FOR LOOKING. 

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