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1967 1968 Mustang C4 Shifter Linkage Rod With Connector New C7zz-7326-a on

US $49.67

Amherst, New Hampshire, United States

Amherst, New Hampshire, United States
Condition:New Brand:NE Performance Mustang MPN:C7ZZ-7326-A

1967 1968 Mustang C4 Shifter Rod and connector - This linkage rod is best available on the market is painted dark gray to prevent rust. The rod comes with connector that is often missing or worn

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