Mopar Early 1960's Oem Air Cinditioning Rv2 Compressor Housing Tag And Screw on 2040-parts.com
Mount Pleasant, Michigan, United States
Placement on Vehicle:Front
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Manufacturer Part Number:NPN
This auction is for a used Factory installed (OEM) Air Conditioning RV2 Compressor housing tag and attaching screw. This Air Conditioning Compressor housing tag and screw was removed from a 1968 Dodge Charger 383 car around 40 years ago and has been in storage ever since. This RV2 Compressor tag would have been used on 1960's B Body passenger cars, including Plymouth Belvedere, Satellite, Sport Satellite, GTX, and Road Runner, as well as Dodge Charger, Charger R/T, Coronet, Coronet 500, R/T, and Super Bee with factory installed air conditioning and having a V8 Mopar 273, 318, 383 and 440 cubic inch Engine. This tag does not seem to have a part number stamped into it but according to the 1968 Mopar Factory parts Book, it would be used on Chrysler part type code 24-25-5 and the auction consists of just the tag and screw. Good luck and have fun Bidding!
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