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midwestdenaliguy

FS: 2016+ OEM Black GMC Sierra Elevation Grille

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2016-2018 GMC Sierra Elevation grille that's been professionally painted black. This is a brand new OEM grille. I ordered it and decided to go with a different style grille, absolutely nothing wrong with this grille. Shipping to continental US is free, local pick-up near St Louis MO. Price is $500.

 

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I am very interested but want to sell my Denali grill first before i make you an offer. Unless you know someone that wants a new one?

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On 8/19/2019 at 3:43 PM, Razr20 said:

I am very interested but want to sell my Denali grill first before i make you an offer. Unless you know someone that wants a new one?

I'm not aware of anyone that's looking for a Denali grille. Keep in touch though in case I haven't sold mine by the time you sell yours.

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Certainly. I'm looking at $400 if you'll consider it. Not that I want to insult you but let me know and I'll buy yours before I sell mine if your cool with it

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16 hours ago, Razr20 said:

Certainly. I'm looking at $400 if you'll consider it. Not that I want to insult you but let me know and I'll buy yours before I sell mine if your cool with it

I think we're close to a deal. What's your zip code? Let me check on shipping cost before I agree on a price.

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16 hours ago, Razr20 said:

Certainly. I'm looking at $400 if you'll consider it. Not that I want to insult you but let me know and I'll buy yours before I sell mine if your cool with it

Sorry for the double post - Admin please delete this post.

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10 hours ago, midwestdenaliguy said:

I think we're close to a deal. What's your zip code? Let me check on shipping cost before I agree on a price.

My zip is 80621

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