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1963, 64 Thunderbird and Ford Alternator, Remanufactured. This alternator is for all 1963 Thunderbirds without air conditioning, and all 1964 Thunderbirds with or without air conditioning. It will also fit those Ford cars that use this style of alternator. It has been fully remanufactured and is in like new condition.
I have many items for sale in my store so don’t forget to check them out. And remember, if you purchase more than one item at the same time, I can combine items into one box and adjust the shipping charges. Please inform me if you have purchased more than one item before you pay so I can calculate the adjusted shipping total and send you the correct grand total. Not all sales end on the same day so if you don’t let me know that your offerding on several items then each item will be shipped separately and you will be charged separately for each parcel.
Because of the huge discounts, item (s) are sold in "AS IS" condition with no warranties or guarantees expressed or implied. This is merely a liquidation sale.
PAYMENT: is to be made by PayPal only. This service protects everyone involved.
IMPORTANT SHIPPING INFORMATION:
DOMESTIC INSURANCE AND TRACKING; All packages will be sent by the cheapest way possible unless prearranged otherwise. Insurance will be included in those items of high value. Tracking is now included with all USPS shipments.
INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE AND TRACKING; Packages will be mailed Priority Mail International. All packages shipped Priority Mail International are insured automatically up to $50. It costs an additional $3 for the first $100 and a dollar for each $100 thereafter. So a package valued at $450 would cost about $7 for insurance on top of the regular shipping charges.
I use the United States Postal Service (USPS) primarily for shipping all my items except when a package exceeds their size or weight limits. In those cases I use UPS.
USPS has different categories for their packages. They have envelopes and packages. “Packages” are anything that exceeds the size limit of an envelope even if it is an envelope. For example, Envelopes that bulge in the middle and exceed usually a maximum of ¾” thick are considered “packages.” I try to ship as much as I can in padded envelopes but ship them as packages since they are always too thick. So, if you’re calculating shipping for an item, consider it a package unless it is otherwise listed.
FLAT RATE BOXES for International shipments: Flat rate boxes are great but most items do not fit and/or, in most cases, Priority Mail International is cheaper anyway. I always try to find the cheapest route but it is rare when the flat rate box works. Remember that only I can make the final decision as to which box or package an item can fit into so please trust that I will do my best to keep the price down as best I can.
FIRST CLASS MAIL; First Class Mail is the cheapest way to ship domestically via the USPS but they do not guarantee, and they do not know, when the package will arrive to its destination. It’s the risk you take with First Class Mail. If you are overseas and in a hurry, there are more expensive ways to ship via the USPS.
INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING; Yes I can ship overseas INTERNATIONAL but the shipping costs are considerably higher then what you see on any given listing. Priority Mail International is usually the cheapest way to ship overseas. Please read the shipping information above and go to www.usps.com for shipping rates overseas.
NOTE: for INTERNATIONAL BUYERS, I always add $5 to the actual USPS shipping charge. The listing will tell you the total that I am charging for shipping to domestic buyers only, but if you are overseas and want to calculate the shipping for yourself, don’t forget to add $5 to whatever the USPS website says. For example, if the actual USPS shipping charge on the USPS website is $11 then I will charge you $16. DON’T FORGET, for all domestic buyers, the actual shipping charge that you will pay will be shown on the listing.
Thank you and good luck.