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BT 12220 - Filler Neck

BT 12220 - Filler Neck Image
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Price: $75.00
Shipping cost per item: $10.00
Designed for the following vehicles and equipment:
  • Ford Model T
Additional Info

This is a replacement brass filler neck for a Ford Model T.

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On Dec 19, I ordered my second radiator from you, this time for a 1940 Ford Pickup project that I am currently working on. It was shipped on Dec 22 and I received it Christmas Eve morning – Merry Christmas to me! I talked with Joey and he was friendly and very knowledgeable and efficient…Glad to report that everything about the radiator is excellent and working fine.

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