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1958 1959 1960 1962 1963 1964 66 Chevrolet Impala Dual Antenna Union 76 Balls on

US $4.95

Ontario, California, US

Ontario, California, US

This auction is for one pair of orginal union 76 antenna balls.Why union 76? This was the orginal name before it was changed to unocal 76.These set of two original 76 antenna balls have never been installed on any antenna and still have the bright orange,white and blue colors.Rear mounted antennas have been a Los Angeles So-Cal tradition since 1967.The first year antenna balls were issued at all service stations in the greater Los Angeles area .A great look for any model sedans with dual or single antennas.Please call email to 909-418-8402 Shipping is to the usa 48.Many other accessories available upon request.Please see our other auctions .

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