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Chris-craft, Century, Hackercraft Gar Wood Old Wood Boat Fender Cleats Speedboat on 2040-parts.com

Location:

McHenry, Illinois, United States

McHenry, Illinois, United States
Condition:For parts or not working

 Old used fender cleats. Lot of 5. Need restored or for decoration. 1 1/2"X 7/8" base.
Sales to US only. $7.00 shipping. If you win more than one set wait and I will send a combined invoice. As many as will fit in a small flat rate box for $7. Ask questions first as all sales are final.
Pickup or inspection in McHenry, IL 60050 always welcome.
Call 815 344-9663 to arrange

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