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New Genuine Delco Rotor For Vintage. Deere Gmc Ihc Moline Lafrance Mack & Others on 2040-parts.com

US $12.99
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Lisle, Illinois, United States

Lisle, Illinois, United States
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Interchange Part Number:1849504 Brand:DELCO REMY Warranty:No UPC:Does not apply

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 New never used Genuine Delco Remy ignition rotor. This is from an old closed up auto part store that had antique ignition parts in glass jars.  The jar was marked Delco 1849504. It has the DELCO logo.  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. Metal insert fits D shaped shaft with 2 flats.  . Old 1949 catalog lists this part number for the following vehicles. It MIGHT fit later models. 

  • 1946 1947 1948 JOHN DEERE  
  • 1947 1948 DIVCO  
  • 1945 TO 1948 FEDERAL  
  • 1946 TO 1948 FLXIBLE  
  • 1946 TO 1948 GMC TRUCK  
  • 1942 TO 1948 IHC  
  • 1944 TO 1948 MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE  
  • 1944 TO 1948 MACK  
  • 1944 TO 1948 OLIVER  
  • 1946 TO 1948 THEW SHOVEL  
  • 1944 TO 1948 WARD LA FRANCE  
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