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Nos Ignition Rotor 1950-1954 Chrysler 6,1950-1960 Dodge,plymouth 6, 1343587 on 2040-parts.com

US $10.00
Location:

Apache Junction, Arizona, United States

Apache Junction, Arizona, United States
Condition:New

1 NOS IGNITION ROTOR 1343587 CH303  MOPAR,DODGE,PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER WITH 6 CYLINDER, WILL FIT

1950-1954 CHRYSLER FLATHEAD SIX

1950-1954 DESOTO FLATHEAD SIX

1950-1960 DODGE,PLYMOUTH,FARGO FLATHEAD SIX

1951-1956 HUDSON FLATHEAD SIX WITH AUTO-LITE IGNITION 

 


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