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Vintage Chain Breaker For Motorcycles. on 2040-parts.com

US $26.99
Location:

Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States

Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States
nice old patina
Brand:Unbranded Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:does not apply Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown

Vintage CHAIN BREAKER for Motorcycles. The tool has it nice old patina . I try to describe items as accurately as possible. All items are used (unless specified) and are therefore sold AS IS - WHERE IS. If you should have any questions on my auction, please E-mail me and I will respond promptly. Buyer pays shipping cost and handling. Check must clear before shipping. When PayPal is used, payment is expected within 3 days after close of auction. Michigan residents pay 6% sales tax

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