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Turbostart 12 Volt Collector AGM Battery 1955-1960 Pontiac Vehicles

903-2SMR53-R


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12 Volt Collector AGM Battery 1955-1960 Pontiac Vehicles
$367.99
12 Volt Collector AGM Battery
  • 1955-1960 Pontiac Vehicles
  • 10.250 in. L x 6.750 in. W x 9 in. H
  • Crank Amps: 625A
  • Cold Crank Amps: 500A
  • Reserve Capacity: 110 Minutes
  • Weight: 42 lbs.
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