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Lens Gasket for license light

Part #: 644-631-614-05-OEM
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Pelican Sales Rank:  44115
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Weight:  0.5 lbs.
Warranty Info:  Two Years from date of purchase
Restrictions:  - This special order Genuine part is not cancellable or returnable, except for warranty replacement. If we are able to obtain permission to cancel or return the part, we reserve the right to charge a restocking fee of up to 25%
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Parts Diagrams:
Model:   356 B/C (1960-1965)
Category:   Lights, and Switch
Description:   Rubber seal
   Quantity Required:   2    view diagram...
This part fits the following vehicles:
356 B/C (1960-1965)
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