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Wholesale Vintage Parts Store Lot Of (62) New Engine Piston Pins P080 514 Toledo on 2040-parts.com

US $50.00
Location:

Waldo, Wisconsin, United States

Waldo, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:(62) Brand:Guaranteed Sealed Power UPC:Does not apply

    Wholesale lot from a closed vintage auto parts store. Lot of (62) new engine piston pins. Includes (7) Toledo P080, (6) Guaranteed 514, (16) Sealed Power no part numbers and (33) loose with no packaging or part numbers. Boxes are bent up and pieces may be dusty/dirty and show some light patina/surface rust from sitting on the shelf, see pics for condition. Great lot for your shop or resale. We are not familiar with all makes and models these fit. Can not be returned if installed, ran or has been taken apart/modified in any way. Must be returned in the same condition as shown.

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