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Motorcraft Tune-up Kit Tkg-14. Large Gm Engines Early 1960's on 2040-parts.com

US $9.99
Location:

Bloomfield, New York, United States

Bloomfield, New York, United States
in original can. stored all new parts, need cleaning before use
Brand:motorcraft Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:TKG-14

a find in a newly purchased home. a new in can tune-up kit that fits early 1960's roughly 400 c.i. engines. plugs and points should be cleaned before using, show corrosion from storage(50 years). the can says mfg'd 1966. 8  Autolite  arf-42 plugs. points & condenser. instructions are on inside wall of can. I would like to get this into the hands of someone who collects or can use it.

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