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Automotive Engines Book William H. Crouse Fourth Edition on 2040-parts.com

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Eugene, Oregon, United States

Eugene, Oregon, United States
Condition:Used

Automotive Engines Book
William H. Crouse
4th Edition













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This auction is for one Automotive Engines Book William H. Crouse 4th Edition.  This book is in good condition with some marks and dust from sitting and use. This is a great resource for an automotive mechanic. The pictures are part of the description and I took lots of pictures so you know what you are bidding on. 

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