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12 Volt Heavy Duty Electric Cab Fan 12- 2 Speeds All Metal New 7 In Across on 2040-parts.com

US $69.99
Location:

Petaluma, California, United States

Petaluma, California, United States
New Never Mounted box opened for pictures NOS
Manufacturer Part Number:M-1000 Warranty:No Brand:Mill Supply Model:M-1000 Surface Finish:Chrome Country/Region of Manufacture:Taiwan UPC:Does not apply

You are bidding on a New 12 Volt Cab fan. It is 7 inches across all chrome 2 speeds. This comes with the mounting instructions & hardware, This has been out in barn for at least 20 years, this is a back up to the one in our old farm truck it still works great after 20 plus years, Sold as is Thanks for bidding,

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