2015 Model S nose cone for sale.
Scuff marks below the trim under the left side of the T emblem. No dents or cracks anywhere. Just normal wear from driving.
No holes for license plate.
Great condition otherwise!
DM if you want more pictures.
Asking $150 + shipping or best offer.
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