1968 1969 1970 Mustang Cougar Power Steering Control Valve on 2040-parts.com
Hayward, California, United States
THERE WILL BE A $100 CORE CHARGE ADDED TO THE FINAL AUCTION END PRICE THAT YOU WILL GET BACK AS SOON AS YOU SEND BACK A REBUILDABLE BENDIX CORE.
Here is a power steering control valve for a classic Mustang, Cougar, Fairlane, Torino. It is correct for 1968 thru 1970. You will not find a nicer looking more correct valve anywhere. I take great pride in my work. It is completely rebuilt and I put in all new tube seats for a perfect leak free installation! Something most rebuilders overlook. This is a rebuilt original Bendix valve not a garbage repro that is almost guaranteed to leak. It comes with all the new hardware needed to install it and a 6 month warranty. Either your money back or an exchange for another valve, your choice. Check my other auctions for valves that fit other cars and years. I have been restoring classic Mustang and Ford parts since 1995. PLEASE CALL ME WITH ANY AND ALL QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS YOU MAY HAVE EVEN IF YOU DON'T PLAN ON BUYING FROM ME. Kevin at Kevin's Classics (510)708-1136
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