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Nors Air Filter 80 81 82 83 84 85 Mazda Rx-7 S Gs Gsl on 2040-parts.com

US $5.99
Location:

Nashville, Illinois, US

Nashville, Illinois, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:Group 7 Manufacturer Part Number:VA-3546 Interchange Part Number:8341 12 6720 Other Part Number:8341 12 672

NORS Air Filter 1980-85 Mazda RX-7 S GS GSL. Filter is bent down on one side as shown. Group 7 part # VA-3546 replaces Mazda part # 8341 12 6720. Will combine items for cheaper shipping. Check out the other items listed by clicking on "seller's other auctions" above!   All items are sold as-is. Please email with any questions BEFORE bidding. Please check out my other auctions, thanks! 

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