1955 56 57 Chevy - Front Motor Mounts(restored) on 2040-parts.com
Rochester, Minnesota, United States
This is a set of restored used original front motor mount retainers, bolts and correct nuts for any 1955, 56 or 57 Chevy Car, Wagon or Nomad. They were re zinc plated. These are probably rat rod or driver quality parts.
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