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Holley Nos 6 Volt Coil Bakelite Finish Mallory Trademark on

US $65.00

Hustisford, Wisconsin, United States

Hustisford, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:Holley UPC:Does Not Apply

Holley NOS 6 Volt Coil Bakelite Finish Mallory Trademark

Holley--NOS 6V Coil--Universal
It is in the original box.
It includes mounting and installation instructions.
This has Mallory trademark on it.
This coil is approximately 6in long by 2 5/8in diameter.
This coil includes the cap to attach the coil wire to the coil.
It appears to be a brown bakelite finish.

Part Number:021

N.O.S. New Old Stock

What does this mean?  It means that this part was
manufactured for or by the vehicle manufacturer back
in the day.  It may or may not still have the packaging
that it came in originally.  It most likely was purchased
from a dealer's obsolete stock years ago.  The part has
been stored for many years and may have some shelf ware.
If it is a chrome item, the chrome condition will reflect the
standard when manufactured.  It will not be "show chrome"
by today's standards.  It will however be "new old stock" and
never previously have been mounted on a vehicle.

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