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Patchogue, New York, United States

Patchogue, New York, United States
Looks to be NOS with some minor shelf wear and surface rust
Brand:GM Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:503253

GM 1940’s Pontiac Buick Exhaust Manifold NOS Part # 503253


Exhaust Manifold

GM Part # 503253

NOS – New Old Stock



Unsure of the application.  Appears to be 1940’s Pontiac or Buick

Came from the parts department of a closed Pontiac dealer

Looks to be NOS with some minor shelf wear and surface rust


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