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1971 1972 Chevelle Ss El Camino Monte Carlo Floor Shift Speedometer White on 2040-parts.com

US $149.95
Location:

Fullerton, California, United States

Fullerton, California, United States
Condition:New Warranty:Yes

 THIS IS A NEW 1971 1972 SPEEDOMETER
FITS
CHEVELLE,
EL CAMINO
 MONTE CARLO
 WHITE LETTERS .NEW REPRODUCTION. CHECK MY OTHER AUCTIONS FOR MORE CHEVELLE GAUGES AND PARTS.
CHECK MY OTHER AUCTIONS FOR COLUMN SHIFT SPEEDOMETER

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