1920s 30s Stewart Warner Oval Shape Speedometer 36283 on 2040-parts.com
New Philadelphia, Ohio, United States
1920s 30s Stewart Warner Oval Shape Speedometer 36283. some pitting on chrome. it is used. THE SHIPPING LISTED IS FOR THE SHIPPING METHOD LISTED IN THIS AUCTION AS SHOWN. IF YOU WOULD LIKE IT SHIPPED ANOTHER WAY PLEASE EMAIL ME THANKS! ! You are buying what is pictured. Buying as is. This item is described to the best of our knowledge. To help cover any mix-ups or errors, a picture of the actual item is included in this auction. Please review the photo carefully and compare it to our item description. If you feel there is a discrepancy between the description and the picture, please e-mail us BEFORE bidding for clarification and or correction. You are bidding on the item shown. If there is a shipping price listed, this is for CONTINENTAL U.S. shipping only. If you are from Alaska, Hawaii, or an international bidder, your shipping charges will be different. We only accept PayPal or email me! Sorry, no personal checks. Buyer needs to respond within 3 days of auction close. Money must be received within 5 days of auction close. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY ALL SALES ARE FINAL !!! ! If you have any questions, please e-mail me. THANKS!!! HAVE A GREAT DAY!!!!
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