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Chevy 1968 Elcamino Chevelle Fenders Nos on 2040-parts.com

US $1,250.00
Location:

Northvale, New Jersey, United States

Northvale, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New

Chevy 1968 elcamino chevelle fenders NOS,I got these fenders from a local  chevy dealership in 1980,been sitting in storage ever since.NOS not repro .......Buyer pays for Shipping or local pickup.

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