Chevelle Corvette 454 Stick On Emblem Damaged Gm 336119 on 2040-parts.com
Franklin, Kentucky, United States
Condition:For parts or not working
Manufacturer Part Number:336119
This item was found in our collection of GM NOS parts and I was going to throw it away, but decided to offer it for sale at a low price in case someone could use it.
For sale is a defective original GM 454 emblem, in GM box.
PLEASE NOTE: This item is broken at the first "4" and is held together by the original adhesive tape on the back. I am only offering this item for sale because there are studs underneath each letter and the nature of the break may mean that you COULD POSSIBLY use this emblem. See the photos for condition. Again this item is damaged, but could possibly be used if you needed it, thus the low price. This item is sold AS IS. Photos show the conditions clearly. If you have any questions please ask!
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