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R32 Dash, And Other Interior Panels


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Out of my R32 halfcut,

Dash board, panel that goes under the instrument cluster (has the round air vent in it, interior fuse box lid), glove box, passenger kick panel, steering column surround, other random interior panels, lock barrel and original key. $40 for all of it. I will sell seperate parts if you want them.

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Located in Brisbane, willing to post at buyers expense.

Cheers, Luke

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dead32 - Entire glovebox for $15 plus $17 for postage (from 4178). Condition is okay, but there are a couple scratches on the front of the lid. post-28710-1165392345.jpg

kingy06 - PM replied

jwah - I don't have the cluster surround sorry, wasn't in the halfcut

OSH33N - Only vents I have are the 2 windscreen demister vents, and the 2 side window demister vents. $5?

The passenger kick panel is also spoken for now, but if it falls through I'll let you know.

You can call/SMS me on 0432 848 627 or PM me

Cheers, Luke

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so you dont have the passengers side dash vent?
Only vents I have are the 2 windscreen demister vents, and the 2 side window demister vents.

No passenger vent, no center vent, sold the drivers side vent (the panel under the dashboard with the fuse box lid).

Passenger kick panel (where the factory flare sits) is sold.

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