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Borg Warner Vc428 Carburetor Choke Pull Off; Fits Mopar 1969-1982 Various Models on 2040-parts.com

US $26.00
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Milford, New Hampshire, United States

Milford, New Hampshire, United States
BORG WARNER VC428 Carburetor Choke Pull Off; fits MoPar 1969-1982 Various Models, US $26.00, image 1
FROM THE SHELF OF A CLOSED N.H. "MOM & POP" PARTS STORE
Brand:BWD Automotive Warranty:No Warranty Manufacturer Part Number:VC428

FROM THE SHELF OF A CLOSED  N.H. "MOM & POP"  PARTS STORE

BORG WARNER VC428 Carburetor Choke Pull Off; fits MoPar 1969-1982 Various Models

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