1962 "chevrolet" Belair Biscayne Station Wagon Tailgate Emblem Used 3800000 on 2040-parts.com
Macomb, Michigan, United States
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1962 "CHEVROLET" BELAIR BISCAYNE STATION WAGON TAILGATE EMBLEM USED # 3800000
MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 20 INCHES LONG
ONE MOUNTING STUD/PIN IS MISSING ONE IS PARTIALLY BROKEN OFF AND THE OTHER TWO ARE INTACT
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