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Classic Austin Mini Clutch Diaphram Spring Type 1275 Blue

Classic Austin Mini Clutch Diaphram Spring Type 1275 Blue

Classic Austin Mini Clutch Diaphram Spring Type 1275 Blue

Classic Austin Mini Clutch Diaphram Spring Type 1275 Blue

Classic Austin Mini Clutch Diaphram Spring Type 1275 Blue
Part No: GCC103
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CLEARANCE Price $34.29
List: $57.95
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Clutch diaphram for 1275 Mini. Has superseded the GCC102 850-1100 diaphram and thus will work great on all pre-Verto clutches of the Mini from 1959 thru 1975.
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