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Wilcox Crittenden Vintage Toilet / Head Works Great Skipper on 2040-parts.com

US $400.00
Location:

Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States

Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Wilcox Crittenden Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:SKIPPER

This vintage toilet I purchased years ago, 1980's, and kept in the crawl space under house.  Rubber is old but not broken, brass & porcelain in great shape.  Not many around. Price somewhat negotiable.  Great for a boat, cabin, or ( heavy motor home, +/- 45lbs.

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