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1974 Corvette Wiper Motor And New Washer Pump Original And New Restored Ac/delco on 2040-parts.com

US $155.00
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Gainesville, Florida, US

Gainesville, Florida, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:AC/DELCO GM CORVETTE Manufacturer Part Number:WIPER MOTOR #4960754 Other Part Number:FRONT LABEL # 4966374 243A 2A Surface Finish:VERY NICE Warranty:No Country of Manufacture:United States

I HAVE ONE 1974 CORVETTE RESTORED WIPER MOTOR WITH A NEW AC/DELCO WASHER PUMP. ALL GM AC/DELCO. THIS WILL FIT OTHER YEARS AND MODELS YOU BE THE JUDGE AND MAKE SURE IT WORKS FOR YOUR APPLICATION! NO RETURNS! SHIPPING QUOTE IN THIS AUCTION IS NOT CORRECT. SHIPPING WILL BE DETERMINED BY ME AT AUCTION END FROM BUYERS ADDRESS AND ZIP.SELLING TO LOWER 48 STATES ONLY.  PAYMENT DUE WITHIN 72 HOURS OF AUCTION END. I HAVE 40 YEARS OF ORIGINAL GM CORVETTE PARTS NEW,USED,OLD,RARE AND RESTORED EMAIL ME OR CALL 352-371-2658 WITH ANY NEEDS YOU HAVE.

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