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1972-85 Chrysler 904 Mopar Master Overhaul Gasket Seal Kit Torqueflite 6 Command on

US $69.99

Princeton, Wisconsin, United States

Princeton, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:46900 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Warranty:No Warranty Brand:Windsor UPC:Does not apply

For your consideration is a brand new Master Overhaul Gasket & Seal kit for a 1972-85 Chrysler, Mopar Torqueflite 6, or Torque Command 6 (with lock-up) Tranny. #47259

The package reads 1972 and up, I believe this was used thru 1985.

The company that made this kit is from South Hackensack, New Jersey.

The pictures are of the actual tranny kit that you will receive.

This kit is from a garage that closed and has been on the shelf for years. The package has some dirt & grease see pictures.

Please look at the pictures closely, as they are a big part of the description. Please e-mail me with your questions.

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