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Motorcycle Rear Helmet Box Case Trunk Carrier Aprilia , Bmw , Ducati on

US $20.00

Morgantown, Pennsylvania, United States

Morgantown, Pennsylvania, United States
Placement on Vehicle:Rear Brand:oem Manufacturer Part Number:n/a UPC:Does not apply

This is a OEM Aprilia part
See photos for condition details 

 Minor road rash and scratches / paint wear & lock cylinder has been removed , release handle will need replaced in order to lock the compartment.

Please see all photos for further details 

All Terms & Conditions that may apply to each listing - provided below

Shipping Policy 

I attempt to ship within 1 - 3 days of receiving confirmed payment , On some items I will Provide the ( Get It Fast Option ). Also ... if requested with a day prior of purchase I can Ship your item the same day of payment if needed, Additional handling fee's may apply for these request if extra supplies / Fuel is used in order to ship your item in the time requested.  Ebay OR Myself will email you to let you know when the item has shipped and provide a tracking number if applicable. I use insurance on most shipments. If something causes an item to be shipped slower than indicated, I will contact you via email or phone to let you know. I ship only via USPS, FED-EX, Or Multiple sub-contracted FREIGHT CARRIERS Of my choice. 

I have the right to charge additional shipping cost to buyers located on the west coast & southern states in U.S. if the listing provided free shipping of a large / Heavy item that would otherwise result in a loss of funds for me to ship free, Also I reserve the same right for items shipping freight. Flat rate shipping cost usually reflect an average cost how-ever charges to some states are outrageous and force me to charge additional funds if my flat rate does not cover the amount I am actually charged by the freight company. The street does go both ways with my policy though, I WILL REFUND YOU IF YOU HAVE PAID A LARGE AMOUNT OVER MY ACTUALL COST OF SHIPMENT. I AM A FAIR AND HONEST BUSINESS MAN THAT WILL IN FACT GIVE MY CUSTOMERS THE BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE. 

Return Policy  

I am always prepared to take a return WITHIN  72 HOURS OF RECEIVING YOUR ITEM BUT, THIS DOES NOT MEAN I WILL AUTOMATICALLY ACCEPT ANY RETURN. THERE MUST BE A VALID REASON AND YOU WILL BE ASKED WHY YOUR REQUESTING A RETURN ON A ITEM THAT IS NOT DAMAGED AND ARRIVED AS DESCRIBED IN LISTING. I THAN RESERVE THE RIGHT TO DECLINE OR ACCEPT RETURNS BY MY CHOICE. THIS IS WHY I CHOOSE THE NO RETURN POLICY IN EACH LISTING.However, I SIMPLY LIKE TO OFFER THE POSSIBILITY OF RETURNS FOR SELECTED ITEMS THAT HAVE BEEN SOLD AS NO RETURN PURCHASES IN HOPES MY BUYERS SEE I AM NOT OUT TO SCAM OR TAKE FROM ANYONE AND AT ALL TIMES TRY MY BEST TO PROVIDE EACH BUYER WITH THE BEST POSSIBLE SERVICE. By Bidding on any Items listed in my store, you agree to ALL TERMS & CONDITIONS WITHIN THIS DESCRIPTION / LISTING AND ANY OTHER POLICIES STATED BY EBAY OR VINTAGE ADDICTIONS (My Ebay store) ........Those who want to request for a return, the following rules apply in order to qualify. Items for return MUST be returned to me postmarked no more than 3 days after the date of your USPS / FEDEX receipt as indicated on the USPS or FEDEX delivery confirmation website. All return shipping and handling costs are to be paid by YOU the buyer. You can use the shipping calculator to work out your return cost from the weight I indicate in the auction. When received by me, the item must be in original and exact condition as when I shipped it and this will be determined by me and me alone and my decision is final and binding. If the item is not in the same exact condition, I will inform you of this and together we will communicate to resolve the problem. Basically at that point, your choices are to pay for the item to be shipped back to you, or to take the loss. Depending on the state of the item, I shall either relist or discard it if you do not pay to have it shipped back to you. I advise that all returns be insured. 


I would like to point out that I have excellent feed back and always try to make sure items are represented as accurately as possible.
AGAIN PLEASE CONTACT ME PRIOR TO OPENING A CASE IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED WITH YOUR PURCHASE - ONCE I HAVE ADDRESSED YOUR CONCERNS AND COULD NOT COME TO ANY AGREEMENTS THAN I WOULD SUGGEST TO INVLOVE EBAY OTHERWISE PLEASE GIVE ME THE CHANCE TO MAKE THINGS RIGHT IF NEEDED. I will leave you feedback once you have received your item and the allowed time passes for return request, I will request feedback from you if not already done. I will than leave my feedback you.

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