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2002 lights grilles euro turn red tip antenna etc in MT

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Complete set of roundie tail lights as pictured. $125

pair of door handles (passenger side has key, driver's does not match/inop) $60

grilles (all 3) missing plastic triangle-dealies in not perfect shape $60

Cluster complete speedo needle is broken, see picture $30?

1 regular pass side front turn signal $25

1 ONLY PASS SIDE euro front turn signal $(?) I do NOT have a set. This lens looks good but the very top rear corner does have a crack, but barely noticeable. SOLD

Red tip antenna. $(?) SOLD

washer bottle. $20

rear light housing only R side $20

I do have most of the rest of the car as well less engine/trans. I do not wish to ship large/heavy parts e.g. no body panels. but if there is something you need please let me know. Calls/text at 406 594 599SIX are the easiest way to reach me.

I can do paypal and if you feel like trying an offer, the worst I can say is 'no thanks' LL

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