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Nors Robertshaw Fulton Thermostat Model 9 1942 Thru 1958 Cadillac on 2040-parts.com

US $19.99
Location:

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States

Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
NOS no box good condition
Brand:Fulton Manufacturer Part Number:9 UPC:Does Not Apply

NORS Robertshaw Fulton Thermostat Model 9 1942 thru 1958 Cadillac

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NORS Thermostat
no box 

Robertshaw Fulton 
Model 9

research suggests this is for 1942-58 Cadillac Models




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