Porsche Racing Seat Mounting Bracket Kit. on 2040-parts.com
Mokena, Illinois, United States
Porsche 911/Boxster/Cayman racing seat mounting bracket it. Fits Porsche 911/Boxster/Cayman 1998-present. Floor Bracket is new, seat side brackets are from demonstrated seat mount, never used, but not new. Buyer to pay shipping, shipping cost may vary.
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