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Vintage Nos Bridgeport 10-ht Thermostat Pontiac 1937 To 1954 on

US $14.99

Blairsville, Pennsylvania, United States

Blairsville, Pennsylvania, United States


NOS -Brass Thermostat, Part No. 10-HT, Manufactured by BRIDGEPORT THERMOSTAT., Pontiac 1937-54 all.  See the pictures to determine what year of car this thermostat will fit.  Temp. rating 175 to 180 degrees F.

This item is New Old Stock.  The box is in rough condition.

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