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1964 Skylark Chevelle Lemans Cutlass Air Conditioning Evaporator W/ Case & Valve on 2040-parts.com

US $69.99
Location:

Great Bend, Kansas, United States

Great Bend, Kansas, United States
Condition:Used

You are bidding on an Original GM AIr Conditioning Evaporator, Case, Suction Throttle Valve, and Expansion Valve. This came from a closed salvage yard and was marked 1964 GM A Body Cars (Chevelle, Cutlass, LeMans, and Skylark) also marked good used. It does look very good and all open ports were capped, but I have no way to test. Also please compare to your, because I can't confirm that all 1965 GM A body cars were the same

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Shipping quote includes delivery confirmation.

This is a genuine GM part, not a reproduction.

If you have a question about the item, please email, or call 620-793-2749, before you bid, I do offer a 30 day return warranty, but I can not refund or pay any shipping costs. No returns on any items after they have been installed.

Payment is due 4 days after auction end date, please include shipping information and item number if mailing payment.

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