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Garage Sale - Chrome Water Necks for 1966-86 Chevy, O-Ring Style
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- This product is discontinued.
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This is Garage Sale priced because the o-ring will need to be replaced.
Beautifully chrome plated water necks. Uses O-ring for a perfect seal.
'Angled towards driver''s side'
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations
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