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Default Most Expensive Scrap Dealer video

Need a replacement tail light panel for you Ferrari.

This guy has it or can get it.


http://youtu.be/HhHkWCOYvbk

They're probably not kidding with the title Most Expensive Scrap Dealer. That's some High Dollar Inventory.
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Guess it is not pick and pull.
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