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Nos Ansa Datsun 200 Sx 1977-79 Rear Exhaust Muffler With 2 Chrome Tips Da1367 on

US $224.99

North Haven, Connecticut, United States

North Haven, Connecticut, United States
there are a few chips in the black paint.
Part Brand:Ansa Surface Finish:Chrome/Hammerite Black Painted Metal Manufacturer Part Number:DA1367 Warranty:No Placement on Vehicle:Rear Country/Region of Manufacture:Italy

Please note my stated shipping time is 10 business days.

All of these Ansa exhaust systems are from 20 years ago when the quality was exceptional. They are not the newer thinner steel systems.

You are bidding on a New Old Stock Ansa Rear Exhaust Muffler with Twin Chrome Tips for 1977- 7/79  Datsun 200SX cars. There are a few small chips in the black paint, but the chrome tips and the decals are mint. The Ansa part number is DA1367. Why settle for less than NOS? 

I also have another Ansa exhaust for Datsun 200 SX cars from July, 1979 onwards on a separate auction.

Please use the shipping calculator for postage which is UPS Ground in the USA. International Shipping is UPS Saver. Connecticut residents will be charged the state 6.35% sales tax. I am adding $6.00 to the handling charge for insurance.
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