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GOOD BODY PARTS ALL GLASS GOOD. CHROME AROUND GLASS. GOOD BUMPERS. 9" FORD REAR END. SOLD AS IS. GOING TO CRUSHER SOON. SOME LOCAL DELIVERY IS POSSIBLE FOR ADDITIONAL COST. PREFER CASH PAYMENT AT PICK UP. Check out my other items!Be sure to add me to your favorites list!

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