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    Original front oil cooler for 1972 911S

    I have an original Behr front oil cooler for a 1972 911S in perfect condition. It was on my car so I know that it’s leak free. Of course it has the 30mm inlet and outlet. Its for the right side. Also have original shroud available but it has one small section that was cut, but still completely usable and can be repaired. Contact me at mesbrown@comcast.net $4000.
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    Still has the Cosmolene on it ... NICE PIECE!!
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    Thanks..its something else!

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    Still available.....

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    Will take offers...perfect for your restoration.

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    Still available

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    I sold a NOS one of these a few years ago!
    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...oil-cooler-NLA
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    Quote Originally Posted by 55Outlaw View Post
    I sold a NOS one of these a few years ago!
    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...oil-cooler-NLA
    Hey Mike I know you. This is Malon Brown down in Pleasanton, I bought the 7” Fuchs from you a couple of months ago..

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    fair price for this cooler. glws
    keith
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    Hi Malon, great oil cooler! Good luck with the sale. See you at something soon I'm sure.
    Michael Rogers
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