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1970 Cuda Challenger Front Male Seat Belt Retractors on

US $40.00

Elizabeth, Colorado, United States

Elizabeth, Colorado, United States
used side shield is broken
Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front Surface Finish:metal and nylon Brand:Mopar Warranty:No Interchange Part Number:299587 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

1970 Plymouth Barracuda Cuda or 1970 Dodge Challenger  Right and Left Front Outer ( Male) Seat Belt Retractors P/N 2999587 Only one still has the tag it also has the codes 4749 & 4669. They are Black in color the chrome is okay and will polish out better with some work. I got these in a lot of Challenger Parts. They were dirty so I gave them a good cleaning and a shot of PB Blaster. They retract pretty good but not flawlessly. I also have one of the carpet shields P/N 3414624 for the right side. It is broken a throw in and better n nuttin if you need it. Study the pictures. Being sold good used and as/is. Stock #1113

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