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Mccord Intake Gaskets For Chevrolet Corvette V8 & T.r. 1956 To 1963 W/dual 4bbl on

US $24.95

Sherburne, New York, United States

Sherburne, New York, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Type:Intake Gasket Set Interchange Part Number:MSI-2842 Brand:GM - Corvette Other Part Number:3734115 Manufacturer Part Number:1956 to 1963 Placement on Vehicle:Front

McCord Intake Gaskets for Chevrolet Corvette V8 & T.R. 1956 to 1963 W/Dual 4BBL , they sure don't make these like this anymore.  They appear to be ready for install on an engine.    Thanks for looking, and feel free to call or text with any questions or email me through the auction. 6072262883. Thanks.

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