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Felpro Intake Gasket Set--ms90006--fits Lincoln-> V8 462-->1966-1967 on

US $5.99

Nyssa, Oregon, United States

Nyssa, Oregon, United States
NOS--> Box may have issues consistant with storage
Brand:Fel-Pro Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:MS90006

This is a Felpro Intake Gasket Set--MS90006--Fits as listed--> Lincoln 462 Cubic inch Engine--1966 thru 1967

Box may have issues consistant with long term storage---May ship out of original container to save on shipping costs...

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