Original Charger A12 Superbee Roadrunner Chrysler Starter Dated 1969 Mopar Hemi on 2040-parts.com
Cherry Hill, New Jersey, United States
Condition:For parts or not working
Original 1969 Charger Roadrunner Chrysler starter, assembly dated 11th week of 1969 in never restored condition.
The part number 2095150 and assembly date 119 stampings are very clear. The steel barrel and aluminum housing are in great shape.
Most of the starter rebuild shops will blast these starters when rebuilding them and will ruin their finish and the part number stampings.
Any questions call/text or Ebay message prior to bidding.
This will be shipped in a good sized box with insurance.
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