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Nos Gm 1979-1980 Lambda Sensor Exhaust Oxygen Oem #1643292 #1617639 Seville on 2040-parts.com

US $28.99
Location:

Huntington Beach, California, United States

Huntington Beach, California, United States
NOS ITEM IN UNUSED SHAPE, DEADSTOCK INVENTORY FROM A LOCAL GARAGE THAT HAS BEEN STORED AWAY FOR DECADES, SO BOX/PACKAGING MAY SHOW SIGNS OF AGE, DIRT & WEAR FROM STORAGE (SEE PHOTOS)!
Brand:GM Other Part Number:1617639, 1616212 Manufacturer Part Number:1643292

IF IT SAYS "MAKE AN OFFER" WHY NOT MAKE ONE!

 

 WE ARE ALWAYS MORE THAN HAPPY TO ENTERTAIN ANY REASONABLE OFFER ON ANY OF OUR ITEMS, ALL IN AN ATTEMPT TO MOVE THEM ALONG TO A NEW & HAPPY HOME!! IN THE PAST WE HAVE LET ITEMS GO FOR PENNIES ON THE DOLLAR!!! WHAT HAVE YOU GOT TO LOSE?!?!

 WE MIGHT JUST SAY "YES"!!!


THIS IS ONE OF THOUSANDS OF UNUSED/NEW OLD STOCK AUTOMOBILE PARTS THAT WE ARE CURRENTLY LISTING
FROM A LOCAL GARAGE THAT SPECIALIZED IN CADILLACS, AND HAVE BEEN STORED AWAY FOR DECADES.  BOXES MAY SHOW SIGNS OF AGE/DIRT/OIL/WEAR & UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED, PART ITSELF IS IN UNUSED/LIKE NEW CONDITION!

IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A PART, JUST SEND US THE PART NUMBER & WE MAY HAVE IT!

IF WE ARE LISTING MULTIPLES OF THE SAME ITEM, PHOTOS ABOVE MAY ONLY BE REPRESENTATIVE OF THE ACTUAL ITEM (BOX MAY DIFFER)! 

SEE OUR STORE & AUCTIONS FOR MORE GREAT ITEMS LIKE THIS!

THIS LISTING IS FOR:
1 ORIGINAL NOS GM/DELCO OEM LAMBDA SENSOR FOR EXHAUST OXYGEN
, PART #1643292, UNUSED & STILL IN ORIGINAL BOX
THIS PART REPLACED #1617639 WHICH REPLACED #1616212
(SEE PHOTOS)
FITS THE FOLLOWING:
1979 CADILLAC - SEVILLE
1980 CADILLAC - ALL MODELS
MAY FIT OTHER YEARS/MAKES/MODELS, CHECK YOUR VEHICLE TO BE SURE

ATTENTION - PLEASE READ!

WE ARE MORE THAN HAPPY TO SHIP INTERNATIONALLY AND TO COMBINE MULTIPLE AUCTION WINS TO SAVE YOU ON SHIPPING COSTS!

(USUALLY FOR ONLY A COUPLE DOLLARS MORE BASED ON WEIGHT, YOUR DELIVERY ZIP CODE OR COUNTRY)


ALSO, PLEASE BE SURE TO CHECK THE OTHER SHIPPING OPTIONS TO SEE IF THERE IS A CHEAPER, MORE COST EFFECTIVE WAY TO GET THIS ITEM TO YOU!!


THANK YOU & GOOD LUCK!!!

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