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OPR Center Console Armrest Pad - Saddle (94-98 All)

Item 405999
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    Features & Details

    • Center Console Armrest Pad
    • Saddle Color
    • Reproduction of Original Down to Texture
    • Color-Matched Material
    • Injection-Molded Plastic Core Construction
    • Includes Inner Lid Trim Panel
    • Reuses Factory Screws for Installation
    • Fits 1994-1998 Mustangs
    Fix That Worn-Out Armrest Pad. If the center console armrest pad in your 1994-1998 Mustang is looking its age, it's time to replace it with the OPR Center Console Armrest Pad with a saddle finish. This sort of flair, which was designed to be a replica of the original model, separates your Mustang from all other's.

    Construction and Design.The OPR Center Console Armrest Pad is built from injection-molded plastic, which leads to an exact reproduction down to the texture and softness. The saddle finish is beautiful and made from color-matched material for a long-lasting finish.

    Installation. This pad reuses factory screws for the simple installation.

    Application. The OPR Center Console Armrest Pad with a saddle finish fits 1994-1998 Mustangs.


    Fitment: 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 Details

    MPN# 405999

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    • (1) Center Console Armrest Pad
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