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Austin Mini Front Nose Panel Van & Pick-up Only Mkiii & Earlier

Austin Mini Front Nose Panel Van & Pick-up Only Mkiii & Earlier

Austin Mini Front Nose Panel Van & Pick-up Only Mkiii & Earlier
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$275.96
Part No: 14A9566
CLEARANCE Price $275.96
List: $395.00
You save: $119.04
Description
Both the Pick-up and Van have a fixed grille as a trademark of originality. This good reproduction is the only panel available to allow you to restore it easily. We sell 10-20 per annum and have never had a complaint--maybe because there is no option but they fit fine and once sprayed up they really look good. Solid mounted-This is for PRE 1976 rubber monted subframe and NOT usually a stock item but available to customers order request.
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