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1968-1969 Corvette Nos Gm Rear Quarter 1/4 Panels Part Numbers 3936379, 3936380 on 2040-parts.com

US $1,200.00
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West Friendship, Maryland, United States

West Friendship, Maryland, United States
Original GM Parts
Brand:General Motors Manufacturer Part Number:3936379, 3936380

1968-1969 CORVETTE NOS REAR QUARTER 1/4 PANELS, LISTING IS FOR BOTH SIDES

PART NUMBER LEFT 3936379  PART NUMBER RIGHT 3936380
GM CORVETTE PARTS AND ILLUSTRATION CATALOG, ITEM GROUP 12.941
GM SERVICE PARTS SOLD OVER THE COUNTER, DECALS STILL PRESENT
 BRAND NEW ORIGINAL GM PARTS, NEVER INSTALLED, NEVER ALTERED, REAL DEAL ORIGINAL PARTS
ORIGINAL GM SINGLE STRAND BLACK PRESSED FIBERGLASS PANELS
BOTH HAVE SHELF WEAR FROM YEARS OF DRY INDOOR STORAGE

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