Acdelco 323-372 Oe Usa Reman Starter 1998499 1109076 1108752 10465059 10496878 on 2040-parts.com
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Brand:ACDelco GM Original Equipment
Manufacturer Part Number:323-506
Country of Manufacture:United States
Interchange Part Number:91-01-3869 25372 1109033 1977079
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Other Part Number:1998594 1997083
,MELLEN PARTS WAREHOUSE BOUGHT THIS FROM THE "OLD" GM, ACDELCO
PLANT IN FLINT, MICHIGAN, BEFORE GM MOVED ALL PRODUCTION TO CHINA!
THIS IS A USA, OE, GM DEALER STARTER THAT WAS GM CERTIFIED. THIS IS THE PREMIUM 323- SERIERS OF STARTERS. THE CURRENT ACDELCO "PRO" 336- SERIES ARE CHINA PRODUCTS.....
USA MADE, NOT A CHINA REMAKE PART!!!
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