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Parting Out 1940 Buick 4 Door Battery Tray on

US $19.95

Topeka, Kansas, US

Topeka, Kansas, US

I have a 40 Buick 4 door for parts This sale is for a battery tray. I have a couple peices of the hardware with it . It has surface rust on it and it does not appear to have any rust holes.  The grills have been sold already too for the record. It has a straight eight engine stick shift transmission.  Buyer to PICK UP ONLY. Any other parts that can be mailed I will mail out. Watch my ebay listings for more parts. Buyer to pay in 7 days thanks

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