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Jaguar Distributor Cap And Gasket Nos With Box V12 on 2040-parts.com

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Columbia, Kentucky, United States

Columbia, Kentucky, United States
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You are bidding on a NOS (in box) Distributor Cap and Gasket. This fits any V12 Jaguar 82-89. This cap and gasket has never been used. However, the box is faded from sitting on the shelf in the garage. Look at all pictures before you bid. Thank you. PayPal only. USA shipping only

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