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1955-1956 Amc Nash Ambassador V8 Radiator Nos on 2040-parts.com

US $299.99
Location:

Chinchilla, Pennsylvania, United States

Chinchilla, Pennsylvania, United States
1955-1956 AMC NASH AMBASSADOR V8 RADIATOR NOS, US $299.99, image 1
NEW OLD STOCK
Brand:AMERICAN MOTORS Placement on Vehicle:Front Manufacturer Part Number:3142398

Up for sale is a new old stock American Motors radiator. This will fit the 1955 Nash Ambassador V8 models with the Packard V8 engine. It may fit some 1956 V8 models also. This is from an old American Motors dealer's stock and has been sitting in our basement for several years. It should probably have a good cleaning and check before use.

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