1960's Vietnam Era Ed Roth Water Slide Decal Army Engineers Rat Fink on 2040-parts.com
Santa Rosa, California, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Front, Rear
UPC:DOES NOT APPLY
VINTAGE ORIGINAL 1960's VIETNAM ERA ED ROTH WATER SLIDE DECAL - ARMY ENGINEERS. Decal is in excellent condition as shown in the photos. Please examine the photos and ask questions---photos are part of the description. Be sure to check out our other auctions for more Ed Roth pieces as well as many more interesting items. We are always happy to combine shipping when possible to save you $$$$. ALL INTERNATIONAL ORDERS ARE SHIPPED VIA EBAY GLOBAL SHIPPING.
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