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Studebaker Transmission, Retainer Strap; No Pn. Item: 5902 on 2040-parts.com

US $11.00
Location:

Riverton, Illinois, United States

Riverton, Illinois, United States
New old stock
Brand:Studebaker Country of Manufacture:United States Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:No PN Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Surface Finish:Long storage Part Brand:Studebaker UPC:Not applicable

International customers, email for postage.   Any questions, email anytime.  

Definition of new old stock, check Wikipedia. 

The new old stock parts that I list have been in storage;  may show age.

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From Don's Stude garage, Lowpoint, IL.   All offers are welcome.  

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