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Delco Remy Original Coil 202 12-v 1966 1967 1968 Corvette Camaro Chevelle Ncrs on

US $75.00

Bristol, Tennessee, United States

Bristol, Tennessee, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:202 12-V Part Brand:Delco Remy Interchange Part Number:1115202 Country of Manufacture:United States

Original 202 Delco Remy Ignition Coil. Used on several high performance models. 1967-1968 Z28 Camaros, Corvettes, etc.. Unknown condition. Needs to be repainted. No International Shipping.

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