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Vintage 1953-55 Ford Truck brake lining 2043D

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Item specifics

Condition:
New other (see details)
Seller Notes:
“Lining is new,no box.”
Pad Material:
Non-Asbestos Organic
Manufacturer Part Number:
2043D
Brand:
Standard



Vintage 1953-55 Ford Truck brake lining 2043D



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