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US $25.00
Location:

Eugene, Oregon, United States

Eugene, Oregon, United States
Condition:Used

Automotive Transmissions and Power Trains
William H. Crouse
Fourth Edition














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This auction is for one Automotive Transmissions and Power Trains 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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