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Infiniti *g35* Skyline Mirror Chromed Metal License Plate Frame W/s.caps on 2040-parts.com

US $12.00
Location:

CA, US

CA, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Item must be returned within:14 Days Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No

Wholesale Price Metal License Plate Frame

 

 

Wholesale Price Metal License Plate Frame

 

This is for 1 Chrome metal license plate frame **Not a plastic frame**

Hard chromed polished mirror finish

USA standard size, 6.25" x 12.25" will fit both front and rear & *fit Canada plate too*

Made in U.S.A. Best quality. Durable for all weather conditions. 100% satisfaction guarantee

 

                    

 

Payment method: PAYPAL

 

 


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