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V6 Front Heater Pipe Retainer Bracket
« on: January 09, 2018, 11:17:52 AM »
Does anyone have this upper and lower bracket to retain the front heater pipe for the 75-79 V6 cars? If so, let me know what you want for it! Please email me at pintopower@hotmail.com. I am in California at 95125.





I have many Pintos, I like them....
#1. 1979 Wagon V6 Restored
#2. 1977 Wagon V6 Restored
#3. 1980 Sedan I4 Original
#4. 1974 Pangra Wagon I4 Turbo
#5. 1980 Wagon I4 Restored
#6. 1976 Bobcat Squire Hatchback (Restoring)
...Like i said, I like them.
...and I have 4 Fiats.