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Nos 1958 59 60 Oldsmobile Steering Gear Pitman on 2040-parts.com

US $49.95
Location:

Cocoa Beach, Florida, United States

Cocoa Beach, Florida, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:5672469 Brand:GM

Please read everything........ Up For Auction today is a NOS 1958 59 60 Oldsmobile Steering Gear Pitman shaft for cars w/o PW. Steering. Please look at the pictures carefully, and ask questions before bidding. 15.89 packaged carefully to ship to the 50 states, Thank you for looking. Check out my other related parts for combined shipping. thank you for looking. As with all NOS upon close inspection you may find very small imperfections from age and or production not otherwise noted.

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