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6n2 gti breaking, hail stone damage to roof and bonnet

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Breaking 6n2 gti as hail stones the size of golf balls damaged the bonnet and roof. 


All parts available 

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How much for the taillights ? And what condition are they in :) 

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How much for the central locking pump? 

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