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1969 Chrysler Newport 300 Deck Lid 'chrysler' Script Emblem on 2040-parts.com

US $35.00
Location:

Batavia, Ohio, United States

Batavia, Ohio, United States
emblem has minor wear from age and usage, light peppering in chrome, some very small pitting
Brand:Mopar Placement on Vehicle:Rear Manufacturer Part Number:2901359 Warranty:No

1969 Chrysler Newport 300 deck lid 'Chrysler' script emblem, over all in good shape, chrome still has nice shine, both mounting pins in tact

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