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New Oem Mazda Miata Mx-5 Black Rear Spoiler 99 - 05 Nc10 V4 920f R26 on 2040-parts.com

US $59.95
Location:

Locust Grove, Georgia, US

Locust Grove, Georgia, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details:

Mazda Miata MX-5 Black Rear Spoiler 99 - 05 OEM NEW NC10 V4 920F R26

Come with the instructions and templates but missing the balance rods and bolts.

Most items ship the same day if possible!

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Look closely at the pics I have provided as that is what comes with this listing.

Some items I have for sale are from unclaimed freight, undelivered mail, etc. and may have some scratches or scuffs from being out of the original packaging.  I will note this when it is visIble on inspection.  Items are tested to be sure they work properly and that will be noted in the description.  Original packaging usually not available.
 
There are no cracks or breaks unless otherwise stated. 

Please ask questions before bidding or purchasing and be sure the item fits your need since return shipping is your responsibility when you ask for a refund. 
 
All items are shipped either USPS or Fedex.

NO HANDLING CHARGES ARE EVER ADDED.**If free shipping is offered for an item, and the item is returned for any reason other than the "item was not as described", the seller will deduct the actual shipping charges paid by the seller, from total original price of the item.**

International customers should check with their local customs office to determine if there are any duties, taxes, fees, or other charges for importing an item. The buyer is solely responsible for researching and paying for these additional fees.

If free shipping is offered, it applies to the mainland US only.  If there are additional shipping charges for Alaska, Hawaii, or Puerto Rico,  I will be happy to give you a quote.

WARRANTIES

Unless otherwise stated, these items are being sold AS IS with no warranty. If an item is sold as new and the item is warranted by the manufacturer, you the buyer must seek service through the manufacturer’s service network. It is the buyer’s responsibility to contact the manufacturer for any details regarding warranty information or service.
 
I offer discounts for combined shipping and a multiple purchase discount. Select items and contact me with the listing numbers for a quote. Expect a quick reply! Thank you for your business, Bob Clinkenbeard

 

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