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1985 Nissan 300zx Automatic Transmission on

US $100.00

New Bern, North Carolina, US

New Bern, North Carolina, US
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Great working condition, could use a good cleaning. Pulled out of a good running driving 300zx. Couple of the connections were cracked before remove but electrical still good. Feel feel to ask any questions. Oh and yes Reverse works good. I can install this at my house for a price.

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