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1960-61 Gmc Pickup Truck Exhaust Manifold 2377856 on 2040-parts.com

US $75.00
Location:

Kanawha, Iowa, United States

Kanawha, Iowa, United States
Part shows signs of rust due to age and use. Remains solid with no holes, worn spots, or breakage.
Brand:GMC Designation:Used Manufacturer Part Number:2377856 Year:12/21/61

This listing is for a USED 1960-61 GMC pickup truck exhaust manifold #2377856.  The part shows signs of rust due to age and use.  Remains solid with no holes, worn spots, or breakage.

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