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Irvan Smith Bumpsteer Gauge on

US $200.00

Statesville, North Carolina, United States

Statesville, North Carolina, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Irvan Smith

Used Irvan Smith Bumpsteer Gauge in original aluminum box. 2" travel with original gauges as shown. Item weighs approximately 100 lbs. Will either ship to you for a flat rate of $75 or you can arrange for local pick up in North Carolina and save shipping costs. Used very little by CARS Pro Cup and Super late model race team. Outside of aluminum box has paint overspray, but inside of the box is clean.

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