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21 New Omc Johnson Evinrude Complete Piston Ring Sets Wholesale Lot +$700 Value on 2040-parts.com

US $69.95
Location:

Redding, California, US

Redding, California, US
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This is a collection of 21 "New Old Stock" OMC Johnson Evinrude piston ring sets. Each set is complete and in new working condition. The packaging is wrinkled from being stored all these years. Please take a close look at the photos as these will come just as shown. These have a retail value of over $700, approximately $35 per set time 21 sets = $735. I am selling them in this lot for $7 per set. They usually sell for less however. Returns are not accepted on this listing. Thanks for looking.

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