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Gear Shift Pattern Plate Fuller Roadranger Rt-910 Transmission Vintage Old Rare on 2040-parts.com

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Landis, North Carolina, United States
Condition:Used Warranty:No Brand:Gear Shift Pattern Plate Manufacturer Part Number:Gear Shift Pattern Plate UPC:Does not apply

The one you see is the one you get.  Good used rare item.  Thanks for looking.

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