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Lot Of Oem And Nos Vintage Vw Parts Early Original Volkswagen on 2040-parts.com

US $80.00
Location:

Portland, Oregon, United States

Portland, Oregon, United States
some are new NOS some look used in NOS boxes.
Brand:Volkswagen

Cleaning out my basement from a lot of parts I bought out of a shop in the 90's. This was all in a box that was moved and am just now going through. Don't know much about it. The electrical pieces look used and put back in boxes. The Hella relay says works slowly for example. There is a choke that looks used as well. Would be cool for display pieces. The master cylinder kits and wheel cylinder kits are new and sealed. Lots of fun for one price.

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