Nos 1966-72 Pontiac Gto / Gm Heater Core Cover on 2040-parts.com
Berlin, Connecticut, United States
THIS COULD BE AN NOS 1964-65??? PONTIAC GTO / GM "A" BODY, HEATER CORE COVER.
I KNOW IT IS NOT A REPRODUCTION. IF IT IS A 1964-65 COVER, THESE ARE NOT BEING REPRODUCED. GM FACTORY SATIN BLACK PAINT STILL ON IT.
PLEASE MAKE SURE IT FITS YOUR APPLICATION.
THE OTHER NOS COVER I HAVE LISTED IS SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT.
IT DOES NOT APPEAR TO HAVE ANY DENTS / DINGS IN THE COVER.
I COULD NOT FIND A PART NUMBER ON IT.
HARD AND UNUSUAL PART TO FIND IN NOS.
NOTHING BEATS ORIGINAL GM PARTS FOR YOUR RESTORATION.
PLEASE NOTE THE 10 DAY SHIP TIME AND NO RETURNS.
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