1955-1956 Chevy Car Heater Core Mounting Plate
55-56 Bel Air, 55-56 One-Fifty Series, 55-56 Two-Ten Series, 55-56 Nomad, 55-56 Sedan Delivery
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These heater core mounting plates are reproductions designed to work with 1955-1956 Chevy passenger cars. We recommend replacing the mounting plate (which is normally rusted beyond use) whenever you replace your heater core.
- Reproduction mount plate
- 1955-1956 Chevy passenger cars
- Replace with heater core
Q & A
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