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1969 Ford Torino Mercury Cyclone New Exhaust Tips on

US $169.95

Leonard, Texas, United States

Leonard, Texas, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Manufacturer Part Number:C9OA5263A Placement on Vehicle:Rear

Here we have a set of new 1969 exhaust tips for Ford Torino's & Mercury Cyclones. They have been made from the blueprints Ford provided me & carry the Ford Authorized License Part label.

They have the Ford script & part number on them as per original. Part # C9OA5263-A. Thanks for looking & please check my other auctions. Please e-mail me with any questions. Texas residence please add 8% sales tax


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