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Rebuilt Zenith Stromberg Auto Choke With Oem Conversion Spitfire Mg Mgb Midget on

US $99.95

La Sal, Utah, United States

La Sal, Utah, United States
Manual Choke Conversion
Brand:Zenith Stromberg Warranty:6 Month Manufacturer Part Number:C5K Country/Region of Manufacture:United Kingdom Surface Finish:Aluminum

 Zenith Stromberg Auto Choke with Manual Conversion Kit Installed. Choke Cable Included.
Choke has been cleaned, lubed and rebuilt.
will fit both 150 & 175 sizes
Triumph Spitfire  MG Midget 1500 and MGB plus
a few others

Bolt it on and drive

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