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Arctic Cat Nos Stock Peel And Stick Decal What Snowmobiling's All About. Vintage on 2040-parts.com

US $6.99
Location:

Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
Condition:New other (see details)

ARCTIC CAT new old stock peel and stick decal. What Snowmobiling's ALL About. You are bidding on  the  decal  shown in the photo.  It is a wonderful bright green color - on black with white slogan.. (Nicer than Polaris decals)  They came from an old   decal / sticker and sign printing shop that  that went out of business 30 years  ago.
 Number on back sticker..part number or???? 4979 17 then  9 or 8
  Size is about 11 1/2  x 3 inches. Excellent condition. 
The ceiling light cast a glare when I took pictures so I took extra so you can see there are no blemishes.

  Any questions, please ask before bidding.      Shipping / handling is about  $2.50  in North America.   Worldwide shipping is $4.00.

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If you collect old snow mobile memorabelia  or  company advertising  or signs  this is a very nice rare decal.  Could put it on a car or van or trailer window or ,  hey, even a snowmobile!!!   on a mirror or window in your room or save it in  an album. A nice unique decal ...winters  SNOW is here !!! don't miss out on it now.

MAKE A WONDERFUL STOCKING STUFFER FOR THAT ARCTIC CAT GUY OR GAL THIS CHRISTMAS.

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