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1 New Autolite Starter Armature Hudson & Nash on 2040-parts.com

US $80.00
Location:

Nicholasville, Kentucky, United States

Nicholasville, Kentucky, United States
Box is shelf worn. Minor surface rust on shaft.
Brand:Autolite Other Part Number:2255 Manufacturer Part Number:MCH2122 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

1 NOS Delco-Remy 1866750
 starter solenoid relay, fits the following:
 '34-'35 Cadillac 8, '34-'37 Cadillac 12 and 16, '34-'35 Chrysler, '34 Desoto, '34-'36 LaSalle, '34 Oldsmobile 8, '34 Pontiac 8 (734B) and '35-'38 8 cyl, '37-'38 Studebaker Pres. 8, and '34-'35 Graham (734U).

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