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Mgb Mgc Roadster Interior Protection Cover on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States

Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States
I purchased this interior protection cover from MOSS Motors a couple of years ago, but never had the opportunity to use it.
Brand:MOSS Motors Surface Finish:Waffle Weave Other Part Number:MOSS part number 237-900


This auction is for a MOSS Motors MGB/MGC Roadster Interior Protection Cover. You do not have to raise the roadster top/hood or use your car cover.  Simply slip on this interior cover and protect your interior from sun damage, bird droppings and heat build-up. Saves your interior from dirt, cracking and fading.  

I purchased this cover from MOSS Motors, but never had an opportunity to use it...it is just like brand new.

MOSS reference part number is 237-900 at a retail price of $65.99. 

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