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1942-48 Ford Car /1948-52 Pu Rear Engne Mount 21a-6038 on 2040-parts.com

US $30.00
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Oregon, Wisconsin, United States

Oregon, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:Remanufactured Brand:UNKNOWN Surface Finish:METAL-RUBBER COATED Manufacturer Part Number:21A-6068 Warranty:Yes Placement on Vehicle:Rear

1942-1948 FORD CAR REAR ENGINE AND TRANNY MOUNT-ALSO FITS 1948-1952 PICKUP. THIS IS A HIGH QUALITY REPRODCTION- (BOUGHT AT ESTATE SALE OF LONG TIME FORD AUTO RESTORER) NEVER HAD BEEN OPENED . PART NO. 21A-6068                                                                  CODE ENGINE CODEPU CODEC4148  CODEP4856 

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