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Thread: FS: 912 Fan Shroud NOS

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    FS: 912 Fan Shroud NOS

    In new old stock condition.

    $250

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    Looks a bit "USED" not NOS ?

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    Instagram Model Frank Beck's Avatar
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    Thatís called shelf wear.

    All too common for parts lying around for 50 years.

    What? Do you think they hermetically seal all parts in a box? New doesnít necessarily mean pristine.
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    Looks as if it has Fastener Marks (Bolting) and Detents from laying on the Shelf ??? I believe this shows as a light use item from a Donor Car.
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    Always willing to learn.

    Please highlight the trespasses. Thx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvel View Post
    Looks as if it has Fastener Marks (Bolting) .
    show us...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marvel View Post
    Looks a bit "USED" not NOS ?
    It's a post-66 shroud for a cushion-mounted oil cooler.
    The small sticker on the top looks legit, and it probably is or was an NOS replacement shroud, not originally mounted on an engine.

    There are a few minor, curious aspects about it, but unless it has a major visible dent, the price is very reasonable for what I see.

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    It is still a 50 year old part. Still has the label and tag. There is no damage or signs it was on an engine but what do I know, I am new at this. Thanks.

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