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Jetta Mk2 Genuine Vw Corner Section Moulding For Door Window Right Black on

US $21.73

Athens, United States

Athens, United States
Condition:New Brand:Volkswagen Genuine OEM:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:191853230 Genuine VW:Yes Interchange Part Number:191853230 Part Manufacturer:VW (Genuine OE) Other Part Number:191853230 Intended Use:Original Replacement Part

1318-Jetta MK2      191853230
Description : Brand New Genuine VW Corner Section Moulding for Door Window Nos.Obsolete Worldwide.
Part  Manufacturer : VW (Genuine OE)
Part  Number : 191853230
Quantity : Sold Individually
Applications : Golf 1984-1987/Jetta 1984-1987
Intended Use : Original Replacement Part
Installation Diagram : Click Here
Remarks : Right Side Black.1984-1987



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