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1 Nos 65 66 67 68 Ford Galaxie Ltd 500 Xl 240 Air Filter Element #c5az-9601-c on 2040-parts.com

US $29.99
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Dewitt, Michigan, United States

Dewitt, Michigan, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:C5AZ-9601-C Country of Manufacture:United States Other Part Number:C5AF-9601-C Stock Number::E3 Surface Finish:Original Brand:Ford Part Brand:FoMoCo Ford New Old Stock UPC:Does not apply

ONE NOS 65 66 67 68 Ford Air Filter Element 240 #C5AZ-9601-C. See description for applications. Item as is: light shelf wear and surface scratches (see pictures). Confirm this item is compatible with your vehicle BEFORE purchasing.

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