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Bmw M3 E46 Coupe Oem Rear Harman Kardon Speaker Grill Pair Parcel Shelf Deck 330 on 2040-parts.com

US $64.95
Location:

Blaine, Washington, United States

Blaine, Washington, United States
Condition:Used

BMW M3 E46 Coupe OEM Rear Harman Kardon Speaker Grill Pair Parcel Shelf Deck 330

 

Description:

  • Genuine BMW Part
  • Donor Vehicle VIN: WBSBL93455PN60283
  • Documented Mileage: 76,889 Miles (Documented, Actual Miles)
  • Up for sale is a Genuine BMW E46 3-Series coupe, Parcel shelf Harman Kardon speaker grill set removed from a 2005 BMW E46 M3 Coupe.
  • "Harman Kardon" trim has come off on one of the grills - This can be glued back using adhesive super glue - PLEASE REFER TO PHOTOS
  • Minor scratch and usage wear on the Harman Kardon brushed silver trim - Please see photos
  • Fits all E46 3-Series coupes (Facelift models from 2004-2006) - May fit older models HOWEVER Please do your own research
  • This is a USED ITEM in good/normal condition. Minor usage wear and marks are to be expected (Check Photos!)
  • PLEASE carefully inspect all the photos uploaded above to get the best reflection of the condition.
  • Match our part number with yours or please only purchase if you are 100% certain that this unit will work on your vehicle

Donor Vehicle:

  • 2005 BMW M3 E46 SMG Coupe

Compatibility: 04-06 BMW E46 M3 Coupe

  • Fits all E46 3-Series coupes (Facelift models from 2004-2006) - May fit older models HOWEVER Please do your own research
  • Items are guaranteed to fit the above stated donor vehicle (exact make & model & produced years stated)
  • Buyer is solely responsible for fitment & compatibility. Please check with your local dealership parts department or your choice of reputable online source to check the compatiblity, fitment or retrofits on your choice of vehicle make & model.

Return Policy:

  • We offer a 14 day return policy starting from the day the item arrives to you.
  • We stand behind our products: If the item is not as described or arrives damaged, we offer a full refund on all our products (Valid for 14 days upon arrival)
  • Regular return on items will be subject to a 20% re-stocking fee. This does NOT apply to any items received with damaged or malfunctioning pieces.

Shipping:

  • We ship most of our items with UPS or USPS. If you have any other preferred shipping method. Please do not hesitate to contact us BEFORE purchasing.
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  • International Shipping is available. Please message us with your full shipping address & Information.

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