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7-1/4 Mopar Barracuda / Duster Rearend Differential Rebuilt 5 On 4-1/2 Bolt Patt on 2040-parts.com

US $425.00
Location:

Hatley, Wisconsin, United States

Hatley, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:Remanufactured Brand:Mopar Number of Bolts:5

 Invested into a car few years back this was pulled out of a 67 barracuda, (no modifications) Not original, but did bolt right up. Told originally probably was off of a little newer duster. with that being said, without knowing my complete plans on car had rearend taken in and had new seals bearings and adjustments made. After I blasted and had powder coated. Still have receipt for over $500.00 just on that mechanic work. Then added new brakes and wheel cylinders. Has been sitting for a few years but was never used or bolted back in car. This is a pick up item only! no shipping. Unless buyer arranges.

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