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Waldo, Wisconsin, United States

Waldo, Wisconsin, United States

  • Sorensen Small Engine Ignition Parts SE-64 Weatherly 512 1964
  • Sorensen Wire and Cable WC-72 Weatherly 544 1972
  • Sorensen Import Car G-65 Weatherly 512 1965
  • Misc. 1961 Papers 
  • Sorensen Small Engine Ignition Parts SE61 Weatherly 512 1959 1961
  • Sorensen Marine Engines, older, not positive of date
  • Sorensen Inboard Marine Engines, older, not positive of date
  • Sorensen Ignition Parts Small Engine SE-66 Weatherly 512

  • These items listed are from an older automotive shop & dealerships that closed a few years ago.

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