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10- Vents Ventilator Chrome Brass Nos Chris Craft Lyman Century Vent - Lot Of 10 on 2040-parts.com

Location:

church point, Nova Scotia, Canada

church point, Nova Scotia, Canada
Condition:New


This is for 10- Brand new from OLD STOCK Vents /ventilators

solid Brass Chromed

You will get a left and a right

GREAT FOR RESALE

dimensions for each side 9 12/" x 4 1/2"
Height approx 2"

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