7pc Nos Ignition & Spark Plug Wire Set 1930-1946 Chevrolet Six Chevy 6-cylinder on 2040-parts.com
Hawthorne, New Jersey, United States
Up for sale is a NEW, older stock set of Ignition & Spark Plug wires. This 7pc set includes the coil wire and 6 spark plug wires of various lengths. Packard Cable # 6G which fits early Chevy 6-cylinder engines. Purchased from the inventory of a closed up auto parts store. Wires still flexible and in good shape. Can't be many of these left, so pick one up while you still can! This will fit the following:
1930-1946 Chevrolet 6-cylinder engines
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