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1961 Buick Invicta Electra Electra 225 Original Radiator Decent on 2040-parts.com

US $129.99
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Beaverdam, Virginia, United States

Beaverdam, Virginia, United States
Condition:Used Warranty:Yes

1961 BUICK INVICTA ELECTRA ELECTRA 225 ORIGINAL RADIATOR DECENT

ACCORDING TO HOLLAND INTERCHANGE, FITS INVICTA AND ALL ELECTRA ONLY. THIS IS A NON AC RADIATOR.

SOLID LOOKING RADIATOR. REMOVED ABOUT 6 YEARS FROM A RUNNING, DRIVING CAR. IN DRY STORAGE SINCE. RECENTLY PULLED OUT OF STORAGE. FILLED WITH WATER. LET SIT ON MY BENCH FOR FEW DAYS. DIDNT LOOSE A DROP OF WATER. THATS NOT THE BEST TEST TO DO. BUT IT SHOWS THERE'S NO OPEN LEAKS. ITS HARD TO SAY ON A 56 YEAR OLD RADIATOR, HOW LONG IT WILL GO BEFORE SPRINGING A LEAK. HOUR, DAY, WEEK, YEAR? ANYONE'S GUESS. IF IT DOES SPRING A LEAK, IT WILL THEN NEED TO BE RECORED. ILL ACCEPT A RETURN IF IT LEAKS. BUT IM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR SHIPPING COSTS UNDER ITEM NOT AS DESCRIBED POLICY.  

WILL COMBINE SHIPPING. IF PURCHASING MULTIPLE ITEMS, PLEASE WAIT FOR INVOICE. I'LL TOTAL UP ALL TO FIT IN ONE BOX, IF POSSIBLE.



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