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What's it Worth Distributor

I hope this is the correct place to post this question: I ran across a nicely rebuilt Distributor (still in the box) for a 1973 Pontiac with a 400 CID Engine (that's the extent of my knowledge from an internet search), The Part Number is 1112231 with a Date Code of 2K24.

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1. What's it originally from (a GTO, Firebird, Grand Am, etc.)? and;
2. What's it worth?

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Are you thinking it is worth more than a rebuilt one you could get at like NAPA? How about $115? Matt

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You can go on the internet and google it to get the application. What's it worth? Ebay will tell you that!
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Is that the rare "unitized" ignition? Those are super hard to find parts for.
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Early '73 emission 400 single point distrib.
Source: monster cheat sheet

value= WEYCG
if new in 40+ yearold AC Delco box, and it appears to be never installed, new, not a takeout out of a car, throw it on eBay, some fool will buy it.
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