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1119507 Delco Regulator on 2040-parts.com

US $75.00
Location:

North Arlington, New Jersey, United States

North Arlington, New Jersey, United States
NEW NEVER USED, NOS, FROM OLD STOCK
Brand:DELCO Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:1119507 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Surface Finish:METAL

 NEW...NOS...DELCO OLD HEAVY, NOT SOLID STATE, NOT REBUILT, NOS VOLTAGE REGULATORS....THERE ARE 2 BASIC VERSIONS FOR GM AND OTHER VEHICLES THAT USED AN OLD STYLE ALTERNATOR WITH A EXTERNAL REGULATOR...DON'T GO CRAZY CAUSE SOMEONE SAYS IT IS SPECIAL TO A PARTICULAR CAR OR YEAR AND PAY $$$^^^$$$ FOR IT.
1119507 WERE USED WITH CARS THAT HAD A CHARGING GAUGE (AKA AMMETER)
1119515 WERE USED WITH CARS THAT HAD A DASH CHARGING WARNING LIGHT (AKA IDIOT LIGHT)
I HAVE BOTH TYPES LISTED ON EBAY.

1119507 UNITS THAT I HAVE ARE NOS....THERE ARE 2 (TWO) OF THEM....THE PRICE IS 'PER UNIT EACH'..NOT FOR BOTH, UNLESS YOU WISH TO PAY DOUBLE FOR BOTH.....PRICE PLUS SHIPPING AND HANDLING, INSURANCE AND TRACKING...PLEASE TAKE TIME TO SEE WHAT THESE ARE GOING FOR ON LINE, THAT IS INCLUDED IN PICTURE SECTION.

AS IS....AND REMEMBER PRICE IS 'PER EACH INDIVIDUAL VOLTAGE REGULATOR'...I WOULD BE HAPPY TO SELL BOTH TO YOU IF YOU WISH.

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