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Nos Vandervell Connecting Rod Bearings Standard Austin Healey 100-6 Ew268 on 2040-parts.com

US $74.99
Location:

North Haven, Connecticut, United States

North Haven, Connecticut, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:EW268 Country/Region of Manufacture:United Kingdom Warranty:No Part Brand:Vandervell

Please note my stated shipping time is 10 business days.

You are bidding on an a New Old Stock Vandervell Set of STANDARD Connecting Rod Bearings for Austin Healey 100-6 cars. The bearings are mint in the original Vandervell box. Nothing beats the quality of original Vandervell bearings. The Vandervell part number is EW268, and they are stamped 2718M. Why settle for less than NOS?

Please use the shipping calculator for postage which is Parcel Post Mail in the US and First Class Mail International for Overseas. Connecticut residents will be charged the state 6.35% sales tax.


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