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1965 Ford 289 Alternator Adjuster Bracket C5ae-10145-a - 1966 Fairlane Mustang on 2040-parts.com

US $42.50
Location:

Houston, Texas, United States

Houston, Texas, United States
has been cleaned and painted, might want to sandblast if doing a restoration.
Brand:Ford Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:C5AE-10145-A

Used 289 alternator adjuster bracket.  Ships to the lower 48 states, all others need to get a rate first.  Call or text 281 830 8001 for more information.

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