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Nos Sun Diagnostic Scope Clamp-on Ignition Test Lead Coil Spark Plug Wire on

US $29.99

Crown City, Ohio, US

Crown City, Ohio, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:Sun Country of Manufacture:United States Warranty:No

Up for bid is a Vintage Sun Diagnostic Scope Clamp-On Ignition Test Lead. Clamp is Brand New and unused. No cable included.
Please see pictures for best detail. Any questions please email me prior to bidding/buying. Thanks for looking and happy ebaying!

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