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stevelewissaab SAAB 900 classic window scraper window seal 5 DOOR HATCH MODELS REAR
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SAAB 900 classic window scraper window seal 5 DOOR HATCH MODELS REAR

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£32.0 (5% off)
[~$39.20]
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Location: Luton
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Condition: New
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Placement on Car : [Front]
Placement on Vehicle : [Rear]
Manufacturer Part Number : [5doorscraperrear]
Brand : [stevelewissaab]
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A message from a customer - repeated in full but relevant to this listing remember - coolant hose with a 90' bend and 2 x windows strips The hose seems OK - the bore seems a little bigger than stock as it does not make quite a snug fit as i think it should - but that might be me and it certainly seems OK after it was secured with a jubilee clip. The weather strips are brilliant - easy to fit and if they were not made by SAAB they they could have been - the fit is brilliant and looks factory (but i guess you know that ...) Anyway- please let me know what owe you and i'll paypal gift it to you.( need more weather strips -but that can wait until i see you) Neil BRAND NEW DOOR WINDOW SEAL FOR CLASSIC 900 THIS IS FOR THE REAR DOORS OF 5 DOOR MODELS FRONT WINDOW ITEM - LEFT OR RIGHT NOTE THE EXTRA TAIL ON THE PROFILE FOR FITTING OVER THE DOOR FRAME THIS IS THE CORRECTLY PROFILED ITEM CREDIT CARD FACILITIES NOW AVAILABLE 01582 499777 best wishes Steve 01582 499777 I can be contacted until 10.00pm most evenings and weekends for support or advice Best wishes Steve If this listing pertains to SAAB parts, I would like to advise my customers that I own and run as daily drivers 2 classic 900's and a SAAB 9000 griffin and use the parts I supply on my own vehicles. Anything I discover to be unsuitable I find alternative sources. In truth this has happened very very rarely as the parts are approved by European standard testing facilities. My newest vehicle is 1997, approx 16 years old and my oldest is a 1988 white aero/t16s Best wishes Steve Lewis