1965-74 Ford Truck 352ci 360ci 390ci Exhaust Heat Riser Control Valve Nos 816 on 2040-parts.com
Evansville, Indiana, United States
1965-74 FORD TRUCK 352ci 360ci 390ci ENGINE ....
EXHAUST HEAT RISER CONTROL VALVE
NEW ... NOS FORD
PART # C5TZ-9A427-D
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