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1970, 1971, 1972, Corvette L/f Fender & Nose Section, Oem Fiberglass For Repair on

US $475.00

Lake City, Florida, United States

Lake City, Florida, United States
1970, 1971, 1972, Corvette L/F Fender & Nose Section, OEM Fiberglass for Repair. What you see is what you get, great repair part. White rear fender section is included in price

For Sale: 1970, 1971, 1972, Corvette L/F Fender & Nose Section, OEM Fiberglass for Repair.  What you see Is what you get!  Can cut to fit your needs, white rear fender section is included in the price.  Ship Greyhound or truck, Old Dominion will pass on my 50% discount.  Can deliver with in 200 miles at cost or meet half way!

Also have vacuum tank and charcoal filter listed separately.

Please call or e-mail for more pictures or info 352-318-6796

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