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Roadrunner 68 69 70 B-body Charger Gtx Disc Brake Booster Power Bendix 4 Piston on

US $184.69

Bay Village, Ohio, United States

Bay Village, Ohio, United States
Condition:For parts or not working Warranty:No

this is an original equipment oem power brake booster for your 68 69 70 b-body car..
it has been painted and it is a daily driver type finish as it does have some pits that you should be able to see in the pics..
i have pushed on the piston and it does seem to operate properly...this is the only test i have done..the push test..i would expect to send this in for a rebuild, but again it does move in and out and it does build some pressure up when i do so..

again, purchase on the premise that it may need a rebuild.
this is why it is listed as parts not working because ebay does not have another category that fits better..certainly not far from working if it is not good..but for the last time..untested..

shipping will be 22.00 in the cont usa..

please call or text 440-522-0048 with any questions.

overseas shipping will be via global shipping program

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