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JDM Nissan Amber Turn Signal Tail Lamps Infiniti G35 / G37 4dr

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JDM Nissan Amber Turn Signal Tail Lamps Infiniti G35 / G37 4dr

$429.99 $380.00

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Description

Nissan Skyline V36 tail lamps w/amber turn signals for your G35 G37 SEDAN 07+ INFINITI!!

Perfect upgrade for your 07-UP G35 G37 SEDAN!!!!

Application:

G35 G37 SEDAN 2007-up.Included:
Right & Left G35 G37 ’07+ SEDAN amber turn signal Tail Lamp Housings
Please take a look at the pictures below which illustrate the amber turn signal on these brand new JDM lights.
NOTE: THESE REAR LAMPS ARE HARD TO GET IN THE USA, AND ARE OFTEN TIMES ON LENGTHY BACKORDER. WE HAVE LIMITED QUANTITES OF THESE IN STOCK!

Additional information

Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 21 x 16 x 12 in

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