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Vintage Mccord Heater Core/box Ch-507 Excellent Condition! on 2040-parts.com

US $349.99
Location:

Sparks, Nevada, United States

Sparks, Nevada, United States

This listing is for one Vintage McCord Heater Core/Box CH-507 Excellent Condition!

Intact, in nice condition does not include motor or fan assembly. Tested by a local radiator shop to be a good heater core. Unit has been sitting for awhile.

Doors open nicely.

Missing fan/blower assembly.

Please see photos for condition and what's included.

Item is being sold as is.

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