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1960-1970's Unused Oem Gm Emergency Tire Inflator Puncture Sealer 1#3891441 on

US $125.00

Redding, California, United States

Redding, California, United States
Condition:Used Brand:General Motors Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:3891441 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

1960-1970's Unused OEM GM Emergency Tire Inflator puncture sealer for tube or tubeless tires 1#3891441. This part is about 50 years old and has been rolling around in some trunk. The label is tattered and the writing has faded but it is still unused. It weighs 23.7 ounces and still has contents inside. No guarantee it will work. This is part of a Highway Emergency Kit accessory option in the late 1960-70's, but this is all I have of the kit. Please look closely at pictures, your buying exactly what's pictured.

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