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Universal Joint Ford 1961-68,mercury 1961-66,mustang,comet,cougar 1968 on 2040-parts.com

C $30.00
Location:

Franklin, QC, Canada

Franklin, QC, Canada
Unused item in original box.
Brand:Ford Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:C3AZ-4635-F Country/Region of Manufacture:Canada

1 nos Rear Universal Joint  for

1961-63 Ford w/390,406,427,1961-64 w/352,1966 w/ 352,390,1968 w/ 6 cyl.,289,302  

 1968 Falcon S.W.  

  1968 Mustang w/200 & autotrans.,289 w/2 bbl. carb. & 302  

  1961-63 Mercury all,1965-66 all w/ 390 2 bbl. carb.  

  1968 Comet,Cougar,Montego w/200,289,302

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