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1970- 1985 Chevrolet Camaro Caprice 454 Gm# 3969910 Compressor Rear Brace on

US $39.00

Randall, Minnesota, United States

Randall, Minnesota, United States
like new, light surface rust, has original GM part # tags on it, the purchase date on it is 8/11/93 I have had this since then, Thank you.
Brand:GM Surface Finish:black paint Manufacturer Part Number:3969910 Warranty:Yes Interchange Part Number:group # 9.171 Country/Region of Manufacture:Canada Placement on Vehicle:Front

this is a GM # 3969910 group 9.171 compressor rear brace for 1971-1975 all (400 W/4B.C., 402 454 exc. Vega Monza, also fits 1976 B body Caprice 454 w A/C C-60 , 1985 CK 10 20 30 454 w/HD, 1970 Camaro w/C.A.C. 396 H/perf, 1973-1975 Sprint 454, 1973-1978 C 10 20 30 454 w/AC. good luck that is I found, so please make sure this is what you need ,Thank you.

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