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Peterbilt 379 Gauge Dash Panel 330 357 375 377 378 385 on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles, California, United States
Has some scratches from ware.
Brand:Peterbilt Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:17-02946 Type:dash panel

From a 1980s Peterbilt 379 that was parted out.We have a used gauge dash aluminum panel.May be used many different Peterbilt model trucks.View pictures as it has small scratches and ware.Check out our other Peterbilt parts auctions.

Sold as is, no warranty, returns or refunds.

Payment due within 5 days after end auction.

Shipping flat rate $14 to lower 48 US lower states only.

Will combine shipping with other panels. 

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