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Porsche 356 911 912 ? Oil / Fuel Gauge. Original. Kraftstoff on 2040-parts.com

US $495.00
Location:

Brielle, New Jersey, United States

Brielle, New Jersey, United States
Condition:Used

We are selling a vintage green face Kraftstoff oil and fuel gauge.

Estate bought. Not sure on what cars they fit but from what I see it is for a Porsche. 

Diameter of outside is about 4.25" Wide.

Not sure on if it is working or not. Bought it and selling as is!

See our other gauges.

Thanks for looking, please contact us with any questions!

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