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New Nos Volkswagen German Exhaust Kit 211 298 009a Type 2 Van / Transporter on 2040-parts.com

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Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut, United States

Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut, United States
Condition:New Warranty:No

This is a Brand New NOS EXHAUST CLAMP / GASKET KIT for VW Transporter / Van of 1968-71. Part # 211 298 009A, see photo of tag. Use this number to confirm your application. Made in Germany. It was sitting in the attic of an old sports car shop for many years. SEE My Other Listings for more classic VW parts. Thanks for looking.

Morgan's eco car

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