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1/4 Glass Seal ,RT,W/Spoiler
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Two Years from date of purchase
- 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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Sealing frame, with, rear spoiler, with, rear spoiler
Sealing frame, with, rear spoiler
Sealing frame, with, rear spoiler (up Through 88)
This part fits the following vehicles:
928 (1987-1991) (up Through 88)
Customers who purchased this part also bought:
Mirror Base Seal, Left, 928 (1978-91)
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