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1961 1962 Ford Nos C1az-18578 Heater Switch Assy. Galaxie Xl on 2040-parts.com

US $30.00
Location:

Burbank, Illinois, United States

Burbank, Illinois, United States
Condition:New

BRAND NEW STILL IN THE ORIGINAL FORD FO-MO-CO BOX IS THIS 1961 AND 1962 FORD FULL SIZE PASS. CAR NOS HEATER SWITCH. SWITCH IS ABSOLUTELY NOS PERFECT. SELLING A 40 YEAR COLLECTION OF NOS 1961 AND 1962 FORD NOS PARTS. INQUIRE AT SEVEN O EIGHT   634   2828 AND I WILL LIST ANY PART I HAVE THAT YOU NEED ON E-BAY. SHIPPING ON THE SWITCH WILL COST $ 6.50. WILL SHIP INTERNATIONAL BUT SHIPPING IS HIGHER.

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