Actuator Replaces Gm#1998905 & 1998942 65 74 Pontiac Gto Tempest Leman [23-5905] on 2040-parts.com
Fort Worth, Texas, US
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Actuator Replaces GM #1998905 & 1998942 1965 - 1974 Pontiac GTO Tempest Leman [23-5905]
Old Air Products has been in business since 1989. We strive to provide quality parts and unsurpassed customer service. Our company specializes in complete aftermarket A/C and Heater Systems and Factory Replacement A/C & Heater Parts for Antique, Classic, and Custom Vehicles. We have many NOS & NORS parts in stock including Heater Valves, Receiver/Driers, Cables, update kits for STV & POA Valves, A/C Hose Assemblies, Vacuum Valves and Electrical Switches.
If you have any questions about this item please contact our sales/technical support department at 817-531-2665 or for our other A/C & Heater systems and parts available for antique and classic vehicles.
Old Air Products
1201 Forum Way South
Fort Worth TX 76140
Phone 817-531-2665 FAX 817-531-3257
Business Hours - 8:30AM to 5:00PM (Central Time)
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