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68 Chevelle El Camino Fan Shroud Big Block on 2040-parts.com

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Placentia, California, United States

Placentia, California, United States
68 Chevelle El Camino Fan Shroud Big Block, image 1
Condition:New

1968 CHEVELLE BIG BLOCK FAN SHROUD
FOR 31 INCH TOP PLATE
SHROUD HAS 3 BOLT HOLES TO MOUNT TO THE TOP PLATE.
 
MEASURES 19" TALL 29" WIDE AND 4" DEEP.
THIS IS FOR AN 18 INCH FAN BLADE, CORRECT INJECTION MOLDED JUST LIKE ORIGINAL.

MUSCLE FACTORY
162 E. ORANGETHORPE
PLACENTIA CA 92870

800 762 0317

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