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Nos 50s 60s 70s Sinko? Casco? Misc. Cigarette Lighter Knob Lot on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
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Crivitz, Wisconsin, United States

Crivitz, Wisconsin, United States
No package. See pics for comparisons. Unsure of exact application. Please check picture and part number before bidding.
Brand:SS buckets console floor shift More key words:Coupe console big block copo Part Brand:GM General Motors chevrolet 1:RAT ROD, CUSTOM STRIP RESTORATION MAN CAVE Years:64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 1975 2:Street rod, convertible, Big Block BB Key Words:2-door Sedan Hard top Convertible Type:Pickup 2 WD Van G-Series UPC:Does not apply

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