Wilwood Superlite Calipers Sprint Car Road Race Offroad Vintage Brakes on 2040-parts.com
Santa Barbara, California, United States
You are bidding on 2 wilwood superlite calipers both in great shape one is ready to go other needs wear plates and bridge bolt.
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