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1999 2000 Ford F250sd F350sd F450sd F550sd Driver's Power Mirror Oem Pedestal on 2040-parts.com

US $74.95
Location:

Hughesville, Pennsylvania, US

Hughesville, Pennsylvania, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Placement on Vehicle:Left Warranty:Yes

Up for auction is a good used OEM driver's side power mirror pulled from a salvage vehicle for following:

FORD F250SD PICKUP 99-00 Electric; pedestal, L.
FORD F350SD PICKUP 99-00 Electric; pedestal, L.
FORD F450SD PICKUP 99-00 Electric; pedestal, L.
FORD F550SD PICKUP 99-00 Electric; pedestal, L.


...color is  BLACK...the mirror/glass is good...the one pictured is the one you will recieve

...A 20.00 shipping fee for Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico

The mirror is in all around good condition unless otherwise stated; all mirrors may have some minor scratches from use, but I will make note of large scratches and cracks---I give a full one year warranty on the part (replace or refund); you can return your part for any reason with no restocking or auction fees. 

Level 2  B 3

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