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 adac Rallye Badge 1968 For Porsche 911 Or Vw Bug on 2040-parts.com

US $125.00
Location:

home of the autobahn...!, Germany

home of the autobahn...!, Germany
Signs of use, more pictures below.
Part Brand:Deschler Munich Warranty:No Placement on Vehicle:Front Country of Manufacture:Germany


 ADAC Rallye Badge 1968 for Porsche 911 or VW Bug
"International Target Rallye 1968 Motortsportclub Erding membership inc. inside ADAC
Height 10cm (3.9")
very good condition see images below 

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