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Vintage Ac Gas / Fuel ?? Gauge on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
Location:

Anchorage, Alaska, United States

Anchorage, Alaska, United States
NOT TESTED NOT SURE WHAT IT IS OR IF IT WORKS == SOLD AS IS
Brand:AC UPC:Does not apply

Vintage AC  Gas / Fuel ?? Gauge 

PLEASE RESEARCH THIS ITEM BEFORE BIDDING SEE PICTURES ..... ANY ?? ..... PLEASE ASK ME Our pictures are part of the description. Please examine them carefully. You get exactly what is pictured. I describe items as clearly and as detailed as possible, But please keep in mind that i am not a Collector or Expert. Please contact me immediately if unhappy with your purchase and I will TRY to work with you to resolve the issue, Lower 48 Buyers- please note that we are in Alaska, I WILL SEND WITHIN 1 DAY PLEASE DO NOT GIVE BAD FEEDBACK FOR SLOW SHIPPING it takes a day to get to anchorage and a day or two to get to seattle, where mail is sorted then sent out. so expect items from us to be later than something you might be buying from the 48 contiguous states. thanks! Item Shipped in 1 business day, not including weekends, and holidays. No Reserve. Item being sold as is. BUT I WILL ACCEPT RETURNS FOR GOOD REASONS Thank You and Good Luck!

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