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Vintage Kawasaki Snowmobile Parts / Carburetort47 on

US $20.00

South China, Maine, US

South China, Maine, US

Vintage Kawasaki Snowmobile Parts / CarburetorT47
36 mm Used/Original Equipment
Pulled from Kawasaki Invader 440

Low starting bid

"Torys vintage sleds"

We no longer sell to Canada, due to excess shipping costs
Large Inventory of "used" chassis/engine parts
for 1978-82 Invaders, Intruders and LTDs
No Interceptor parts
If you dont see what you are looking for ...
call Tory @ 207-701-7494

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