Authentic Maserati Classiche Burgundy Cap 920007673 on 2040-parts.com
Hinsdale, Illinois, United States
Condition:New with tags
Country/Region of Manufacture:Italy
Manufacturer Part Number:920007673
UPC:Does not apply
Authentic Maserati Classiche Burgundy Cap 920007673. 100% unused, 100% authentic, 100% unused.
Burgundy cap with smart Maserati Classiche branding finely embroidered on the front and on the right-hand side. An additional stylish element is the particular border around the rigid pre-formed visor, with branding details Maserati along the entire perimeter. The customized metal buckle on the back allows you to adjust the cap size.
Fabric: 100% cotton.
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