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KDABJD Fit for BMW 5 Series F11(2014-2016), Car Wing Mirror Cove

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KDABJD Fit for BMW 5 Series F11(2014-2016), Car Wing Mirror Cove

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Product description

Color:Bright Black

Commodity name: Car wing mirror cover
Car wing mirror cover, Fit For BMW 5 Series F11(2014-2016)
Material: ABS
colour: Bright black
Package Contents:2*Car wing mirror cover
Only contains the packaging content, does not contain other products
feature:
The rear mirror cover is not easy to age and wear, which can ensure long-term use
This side mirror cover can effectively protect your rearview mirror from damage
Car wing mirror cover enhance the uniqueness of your car and enhance the beauty of your car.
Install the rear-view mirror protective shell directly to replace the original rear-view mirror shell. The rear-view mirror shell adopts a snap-in design, and the rear-view mirror shell can be firm only by pressing the rear-view mirror shell to the corresponding position.
As a seller of car rearview mirror covers, we provide satisfactory products and services.
Note: Light shooting and different monitors may cause the color of the object in the picture to be slightly different from the actual object.

KDABJD Fit for BMW 5 Series F11(2014-2016), Car Wing Mirror Cove

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