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64 Chevy Turn Signal Light Pair Impala Ss Bel Air Biscayne 409 Bumper Chevrolet on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
Location:

Pasco, Washington, US

Pasco, Washington, US
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This is a pair of turn signal lights from a 64 Chevy Impala. The lenses are in good shape with nice color and appearance. Housings and gaskets also included, they are useable but have some rust and could use a good cleaning, see pictures. Will fit all full size 1964 Chevrolet cars Biscayne Bel Air SS Super Sport 283 327 409 Station Wagon. Thanks for looking and good luck bidding.

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