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Large Lot Of Vintage Auto Parts Iob Voltage Regulators Solenoid Gm Ford Mixed on

US $15.00

Sullivan, Missouri, United States

Sullivan, Missouri, United States
Used & New Old Stock mixed. Vintage. See photos and read description.
Part Brand:Ford GM Warranty:No

Lot of mixed auto parts.  I do not know what they fit.  I saved these up from multiple purchases, so you will have to determine what they fit. 

Most are used, some are unused.  Mostly older (vintage) stuff.  Untested -I do not know if they work properly, sold as-is.

6 voltage regulators most used (3 are Delco and 1 is a new Ford), 3 used solenoids, 3 used dist caps, a rectangular headlight new, CubCadet air filter new, a new thermostat, 2 new elect. socket assemblies for 1940-1968 autos, and a used headlight? control switch.

I am no expert on grading these so you should use all 11 photos to determine condition.

Some are dirty and dusty, in as found condition and will look even better with a proper cleaning.  

 I combine ship as much as possible to save on postage. 

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