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Vintage P.s.i. Oil Pressure Guage 0 - 80 Kg/cm on 2040-parts.com

US $18.88
Location:

Truckee, California, US

Truckee, California, US
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VINTAGE 80 P.S.I. OIL PRESSURE GAUGE 0 - 80  KG/CM

EARLY ERA - HAS PICTURE OF LITTLE OIL CAN ON FRONT OF THE GAUGE

OLD BUT GLASS NOT PITTED, FACE WITH LETTERING IS LIKE NEW,
BLACK PAINT AROUND EDGE IS WORN

I DON'T HAVE THE ABILITY TO TEST IT


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