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Led Black Tint Smoked Amber Front Turn Signal Light For Mb W463 G55/g500 Gwagon on 2040-parts.com

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Made in taiwan, Hong Kong

Made in taiwan, Hong Kong
Condition:New Brand:Euro-customtuning Lens Color:Smoke Manufacturer Part Number:LED Black Darker Smoke Amber Turn Signal Light Housing Color:Inner chrome Interchange Part Number:for MB W463 G-Wagon Sport Line, Amber Position Lamp in each side 2 LEDs Surface Finish:Black tint smoke Other Part Number:Amber/ Corner Lamp in front 8 LEDs Years:from 1990 to 2012 Placement on Vehicle:Front, Left, Right Car make:Mercedes W463 G-Class G500/G55 OE Spec or Performance/Custom:Performance/Custom UPC:708478757999 Country/Region of Manufacture:Taiwan

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