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Nos 1969 Olds F85 Speedometer - 6491478 on

US $129.95

Shawnee, Kansas, US

Shawnee, Kansas, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:If you are not satisfied with this product, return it along with a copy of your invoice and we will refund your purchase price less shipping. Returned harnesses must be in unused condition and must be in the original packaging. Failure to do so will void return policy. 100% customer satisfaction is our goal - it is that simple! Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Warranty:No GM Part No.:6491478

NOS speedometer used on 1969 Olds F85 with A/T

Tramsmission Indicator - Park R N D L

GM  Part # 6491478

Mfg Date Sept 6, 1968

 I have verified vehicle application using a 1985 A/C Delco Gauge Parts Manual but it is possible that it may fit other applications. 

I just purchased a small inventory of A/C Delco Speedometrs from a closed parts warehouse.

Most of them fit GM  cars from 1968 and 1970.

So see my other auctions for speedometers. 

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