Snap On Vintage Metal Socket Wrenches Tin on 2040-parts.com
Jericho, Vermont, US
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Item must be returned within:14 Days
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I HAVE A SNAP ON VINTAGE METAL SOCKET WRENCHES TIN
IT MEASURES 6 1/4 INCHES LONG BY 4 INCHES WIDE BY 4 1 INCH DEEP.
THE BOX IS IN GREAT SHAPE FOR ITS AGE AND IS STILL FUNCTIONAL
PLEASE CHECK ALL MY OTHER AUCTIONS.
PAYMENT WILL BE DUE WITHING 48 HRS OF THE AUCTIONS END OR THE ITEM WILL BE RE LISTED.
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On Sep-19-13 at 18:22:25 PDT, seller added the following information:
the gun says 90PSIG.....9500RPM
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