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White face indiglow overlay, shock mounts, serpentine belt

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Hey guys. I found a few parts in my basement that some might be interested in. I don't know if anyone needs/wants this stuff. If not I'll just toss the parts or "donate" them to the mom and pop auto parts store here.

First is a set of indiglow gauge overlays for 96-98 grand am. These are the ones that GLOW. They stopped working one day because, for the life of me I can't remember the name of this part, the little black box crapped out on it. I was just going to replace it but never did. Can be purchased for a few bucks

Second. Serpentine belt for 2.4L engine. Never used.

Third. Rear shock mounts for 96-98 grand am. I have no clue what else they fit, but probably some cavaliers and earlier grand am's and sunfires.

I also have a 2.3l HO intake manifold that is sandblasted and ready to be painted or polished.

I have no clue what to ask for these parts and nor do I care. Just pay shipping on what you want and they are yours.



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