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Vintage Model A Heater Manifold Cover Autolite on 2040-parts.com

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Belfast, Maine, United States

Belfast, Maine, United States
This is marked Autolite 0111. Surface rust and normal wear throughout...see photos. No cracks...see photos.
Manufacturer Part Number:0111 Brand:Autolite UPC:Does not apply

Vintage Model A Heater Manifold Cover Autolite
This is marked Autolite 0111. 
Surface rust and normal wear throughout...see photos. 
No cracks...see photos. 

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