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Austin Healey Sprite Distributor Cap Leads on


Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Condition:Used Brand:Austin Healey Manufacturer Part Number:Distributor

Austin Healey Sprite Distributor Cap Leads.
Used... genuine MK1/II leads.

get that factory / concourse look...
Replacement caps available,,, just transfer the leads to a new cap..

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