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2001-2004 Mazda Miata Headlight Passenger Side (OEM #NC72-51-0K0D)

Fits: BASE, LS, MAZDASPEED
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NC72-51-0K0D
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YOUR PRICE: $326.95
Dealer Price: $562.53
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 Notes OEM-Style Item. Combination Lamp; W/o Bulbs Or Sockets
 PartsLink #  MA2503128
 Reference #  19470
 Replacement OEM #  NC72-51-0K0D
 NC72510K0D
 Side  Right (Passenger)
 Other Supplier Part #s TYC #: NC72-51-0K0D
»  Each product conforms to US Motor Vehicle Safety Standards
»  All products are brand new, NOT used or refurbished
»  Packaging is secure to prevent shipping damage
»  As good as or better than the original OEM part
»  Easy to install - just bolt it right on
»  DOT/SAE Certified

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This product fits years: 01 2001, 02 2002, 03 2003, 04 2004
Dan Thomas
Dan Thomas

I had bought very hard to find headlights for my 1998 GMC Sonoma. I came across Go-Parts.com and they had them they were right at $100.00 . I ordered them and received in a week perfect fit. I then ordered some custom tail lights for my truck and same as before received them in a week and the fit was perfect. My last order was driver and passenger side mirror once again perfect fit. I would recommend go-parts to anyone who is needing part at a very reasonable price.

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Mazda, which is based in Japan, first released the MX-5 Miata in 1989, sparking off an automotive revolution, of sorts. The small, sporty coupe was immediately met with enthusiasm, as consumers loved the convertible top, tight handling, and affordable price point. Auto clubs immediately formed, with Miatas receiving all sort of aftermarket upgrades. They have been featured in special racing circuits, as well as credited with the resurgence of the 1960s Alfa Romeo and Fiat style that generated such a buzz in Europe. The Miata is still released annually today, though most of the fanfare has cooled down.



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