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1955 Chevy Corvette Genuine Gm Nos Exhaust Manifold Heat Riser Butterfly Valve on 2040-parts.com

US $149.95
Location:

Waldo, Wisconsin, United States

Waldo, Wisconsin, United States
Formerly new missing the OEM box - may fit other makes and models as well - we are not 100% familiar with all items, it is up to you to verify part number and pictures against your application – very dirty and sooty stained former GM dealership inventory in vintage NOS condition as shown - never installed – some light surface rust from sitting in storage so long – moves nice and smooth
Brand:GM Chevrolet Chevy Other Part Number:original OEM with the “GM” stamping Manufacturer Part Number:3721509 UPC:Does not apply

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