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New Antique Car Rotor 1917 To 1923 With Connecticut Ignition. Please See List. on

US $13.99

Lisle, Illinois, United States

Lisle, Illinois, United States
no package a few marks from storage
Interchange Part Number:cc-21 Warranty:No UPC:Does not apply

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 New never used ignition rotor. This is from an old closed up auto part store that had antique ignition parts in glass jars.  The jar was marked Connecticut CC-21. I do not know if it is Connecticut   or aftermarket. Nice new rare part  to have when you need it. PLEASE look at the pictures before bidding. It shows a little shelf / jar wear , very minor but had to be mentioned.  . Old catalog lists this part number for the following applications.  

  • 1917-21 Allen  
  • 1919 American  
  • 1917-21 Briscoe  
  • 1917 Case T-17  
  • Early 1917 Chevrolet  model 490  
  • 1917-21 Crow Elkhart 4 & 6 Cyl  
  • 1921 Earl  
  • 1921-23 Handley Knight 4 & 6 Cylinder  
  • 1917-1919 Lexington All except model 6P  
  • 1919-22 Metz  
  • 1917-19 Moline Knight  
  • 1917-21 Monroe  
  • 1917 Overland  89-6 S9-6  
  • 1917-22 Overland 4 Cylinder  
  • 1921 Pilot  
  • 1919-22 Stephens  
  • 1919- to late 1922 Tulsa  
  • 1918-22 Willys Knight 4 cylinder and model 16  
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