Vintage Air 506101 Gen-II Heater Assembly, Plastic, Black
Universal Fit, 10" Overall Width, 10.25" Overall Height
- It is constructed from plastic and features a black finish
- It is 10.25" in height and measures 10" wide with a 6" depth
- The heater assembly is a dual front vent type and has 3 speeds
- This Gen-II heater assembly is engineered to provide superior performance
Vintage air provides superior performance with this Gen-II heater assembly. Heater assembly is a dual front vent type and has 3 speeds. Constructed from plastic and features a black finish.
- Plastic construction
- Black finish
- 6" depth
- 10.25" height
- 10" width
- 3 speed
- Sold each
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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