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    I am in the need of new 2- 30 by 3.5 METAL Stem tubes.
    Thank you.
    Michael
    1928 speedster
    1929 closed cab p/u
    1930 standard roadster
    1931 deluxe tudor sedan
    1967 ss/rs conv.camaro

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