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1967 67 Ford Fairlane 500 Quarter Panel Emblem Original Fomoco on

US $19.99

Round Lake, Illinois, United States

Round Lake, Illinois, United States
used original with nice chrome. studs are all good. includes the nuts as shown.
Brand:Ford Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right, Rear Manufacturer Part Number:unknown

Here is a nice used original passenger side right 500 quarter panel emblem. removed from 1967 ford fairlane 500 part car i had. Chrome looks pretty good. Can be installed as is. Includes mounting hardware.

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