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1937 Chevrolet 37 38 Packard 6 33 34 Pontiac 8 Delco Remy Starter Switch Nos on

US $34.99

Commerce, Georgia, United States

Commerce, Georgia, United States

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1937 Chevrolet 37 38 Packard 6 33 34 Pontiac 8  Delco Remy Starter Switch NOS

NOS Delco Remy starter switch.
Delco Remy number (D-929) / (1468).
Applications include: 1937 Chevrolet (export), 1937-38 Packard 6, 1939 Packard 8, 1933-34 Pontiac 8, 1937 Pontiac (Canadian export).
In original opened box.
Showing signs of light shelf wear.
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