SOLD NOS Ignition Switch 60 through 67 All

Mopar Interior Parts For Sale

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    NOS ignition switch for virtually all 60 through 67 Cars. Has several part numbers. This is the main body with connectors and does not include the cylinder and keys serviced separately. Nice piece in box. Part numbers include 2497158,2497628,2495158 and others. 35.00 plus 10.00 postage

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    Can I request a close up pic of the front of the switch, one that shows the end of that ridge that shows at the bottom of the cylinder in the pic you show??
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    I hope this helps

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    Now I gotta go digging for reference. Thanks,
     
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    Okay then, here's the best I can do with the little camera skill I have. The bottom switch is an aftermarket unit while the top one is NOS Mopar. The arrow on the bottom one is my memory, (telling me why I removed this switch), because there's a little 'tit' missing from the nose. In the red circle on the top one you can see the extra 'tit' that is what actually engaged the mounting ring to keep the switch housing from spinning when you turn the key. I can't actually see enough detail on your switch to tell.

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    This one is exactly like the top one in your photo's. Its NOS Mopar also. Hope it helps.
     
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