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Thread: FS: 911SC distributor

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    FS: 911SC distributor

    This was removed from the motor that is currently in my 911. It worked just fine but I had a "euro" distributor and decided to use that. I didn't notice any appreciable difference, either. The cap will need to be replaced as I dropped and cracked it while taling these lousy pictures. A nesw distributor wire is included. $500.00 plus shipping and any fees. Money gladly refunded if you find anything wrong with this. (you won't, though).

    Jim
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    Let's make this $450.00 plus shipping. These things in good working order are tough to find.

    Jim

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