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1984 Daytona Turbo Z hatch - trunk light lens


Old 11-25-2015, 07:09 AM
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Default 1984 Daytona Turbo Z hatch - trunk light lens

Hear is the problem as noted in topic title, I need a trunk - hatch light lens to finish it of, the same lens was used in the Omni and horizons for the dome light. I hope someone can help. We have a numbers matching 1984 Dodge Daytona Turbo Z with 62000 original miles and we are the second owners. In 1992 when we bought the car it had 22000 on it. We have just had it repainted the original Garnet Pearl upper with silver below the belt line, by the way it still has all of the original ugly black ground effects. Thanks VHC
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Old 11-30-2015, 11:50 PM
marty mopar
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3488995 is the lens WHITE 1 1/8 X 4.75 INCHES
used 1975-1993 I have it used at 15.00

also 4220595 is the same size but clear. have these NOS 19.55


have LOTS of 1984 Daytona parts!
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