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Nash Ambassador Brake Linings & Rivet Set 1949-1954 on

US $19.99

Chinchilla, Pennsylvania, United States

Chinchilla, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:New Part Brand:NASH KELVINATOR Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front, Rear Manufacturer Part Number:3127860

You are looking at a set of Nash brake linings for 2 wheels. They include the rivits. They will fit the following years and models:

1949 thru 1951 Ambassador (series 60) front or rear

1952 thru 1954 Nash Ambassador (series 60) rear brakes only.





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