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New Nos Gm Heater And A/c Circuit Board 1971-72 Gm B-body # 1223345 Super Rare!! on

US $19.99

Sardinia, Ohio, United States

Sardinia, Ohio, United States
Condition:New Part Brand:GM Other Part Number:Delco 15-7580 Manufacturer Part Number:1223345

New NOS GM Heater and A/C Circuit board. Fits 1971-72 GM B-body cars except automatic A/C cars. Also includes GM part # 7933336 cam assembly with wipers.The GM box and instruction sheet is included....

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