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Spring Hill, Florida, United States

Spring Hill, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

1950's Chris Craft Chrome Bronze Bilge Exhaust / Intake Vent Port 

Ship USA ONLY lower 48 Will ship to a US shipping center but its yours if out of USA you agree to no charge backs or returns when you bid !!!!


14'' long 9''w   8.2 lbs













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