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Mr Gasket 2667 Chrome Water Neck, Pontiac V8
Mr Gasket 2667 Chrome Water Neck, Pontiac V8

Mr Gasket 2667 Chrome Water Neck, Pontiac V8

265 Pontiac V8, 301 Pontiac V8, 350 Pontiac V8, 400 Pontiac V8, 455 Pontiac V8

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Mr Gasket 2667 Chrome Water Neck, Pontiac V8
Mr Gasket 2667 Chrome Water Neck, Pontiac V8
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This chrome plated water neck is precision die cast for a great fit. It features an O-ring style seal to prevent water leaks. These water necks are first polished to a high luster then chrome plated for lasting beauty. Fits Pontiac V8 1976- 1981.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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