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Mopar 273 318 340 Alternator Brackets 1966-1969 Dart Barracuda Valiant Gts on

US $32.50

Canoga Park, California, United States

Canoga Park, California, United States

You are bidding on a1966 1967 1968 1969 Small block alternator brackets. Brackets fit 273 318 340 engines using the steel water pump housing.  NOT THE ALUMINUM! NOT THE POLY ENGINE!. Kit comes complete, no missing bolts, spacers or washers. Unlike most of the others that are missing a few important bolts or washers or spacer.  If you have any questions please ask. I take pay pal.  I will combine on shipping when possible to save you money. Check out my other auctions for more Mopar parts. Thank you and good luck bidding.

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