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Carbon Fiber Mercedes Benz W211 E Calss A Type Trunk Boot Spoiler ☜ on

US $149.00


Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:Please note that buyer is responsible for return shipping fee for any return situation issued, according to Ebay Policies. Please email us first if there's any questions/problems, we assure to try our best to help you. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Placement on Vehicle:Rear Warranty:No Part Brand:Factory Manufacturer:Mercedes benz Material:Carbon Fiber

== This Auction For Carbon Fiber ==

Mercedes Benz W211 E-Class AMG Type Rear Trunk Spoiler

For - W211 - 2002~2008 - Sedan

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- 100% Brand New, never been used.

- Textured of 3K twill weave real carbon fiber.

- Durable material resistant to UV, water, dirt, grease, salt, mild acid and oil.

- Light weight and durability, different optical line comes from different points of view.

- 3M Double tape included, fast installation.

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