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3x Corvette Jacket Xl In Perfect Condition on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Beebe Plain, Vermont, United States

Beebe Plain, Vermont, United States
Condition:Pre-owned Make:Chevrolet Size:XL Gender:Men

All 3 jackets are in Excellent condition. Extra Large Size. XL

1x Buck and Cutter "Chestnut Suede type" Jacket (100% Polyester)

1x Buck and Cutter "Beige" Jacket (52% Cotton & 48% Polyester)

1x Corvette Under license "Cream" with dark leather look sleeves (logo corvette on the back)

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