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1947 1948 Ford Choke & Throttle Cable Assemblys, 6a-9700-ct on

US $130.00

Castro Valley, California, United States

Castro Valley, California, United States
1947 1948 Ford Choke & Throttle Cable Assemblys, 6A-9700-CT, US $130.00, image 1
Condition:New Brand:1947 1948 ford Other Part Number:6A-9700-CT Manufacturer Part Number:6A-9700-CT Warranty:Yes Interchange Part Number:6A-9700-CT Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

You are bidding on one each complete Throttle and Choke cable assemblies with knobs for a 1947-48 Ford Sedan.  

I think these will also fit the 1946 Ford and Mercury 46-48 but the knobs are different.

Includes firewall brackets and rubber grommets. 

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