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Lexus Sc300 Sc400 Left Drivers Power Window Door Regulator Lh Oem 1992-2000 on 2040-parts.com

US $89.95
Location:

San Jacinto, California, US

San Jacinto, California, US
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lexus sc 300/400 2 dr coupe drivers window motor regulator good used working condition been bench tested and works fine all cables tracks are solid and dont have play this fits 92-00 sc 300/400 lexus 2 dr coupes shipping done with care by usps priority 2-3 day mail anywhere in the usa for 16.95 thank you ps if you need the passenger side window regulator i have that one in my other auction

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