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1970 Boss 302 Original Distributor Autolite C9zf 12127 E Dual Point on

US $2,800.00

Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States

Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States

1970 BOSS 302 Original Autolite Dual-Point Distributor C9ZF 12127 E
Date code 9J19 (Sept 19, 1969)
Original Correct Autolite C8AF x12 Vaccum Advance.
Unit was working when pulled.
This is one of the nicest unrestored Boss distributors I've seen in a while.
Housing is not all beat up and advance still has evidence of original plating.
I cleaned it up briefly for the listing in case someone wants it for a survivor car.
For an additional $150, I have the ability to disassemble, glass bead & tumble the main housing If someone wants a more restored look. It will look brand new, but I do not mess with the advance finish.
Thanks for looking. Contact with any questions.

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