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Mercedes W123 Interior Rear View Mirror 200d 300d 240d 280e 280ce Used on

US $25.00

Bitola, default, Macedonia

Bitola, default, Macedonia

Up for sale is a used interior rear view mirror.
Removed from a 1st series 230 petrol sedan.
1st series = 1977-1979. May fit others but it has a texture only found on early W123s.

Overall good condition. Mirror itself is real nice and clear.
The mechanism is strong and not wobbly.
The rubber piece on the base has a cut and it's removed from the metal. Please see the photos.

I have lots more W123 parts for sale so please check my other listings.

Thank you for looking!

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