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Genuine Land Rover Union Jack Logo Navy Blue Short Sleeve Tee Shirt Men's Med on 2040-parts.com

US $30.00
Location:

Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States

Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:New with tags Gender:Men Size:M Make:Land Rover Brand:Land Rover Color:Blue Sleeve Length:Short Sleeve UPC:Does not apply

Genuine Land Rover Union Jack Short Sleeve Tee
Navy Blue, Men's Medium 
Union Jack Logo across chest.
Small Land Rover brand tag on side seam above left hip.
Slits at hip on either side.
Please see pictures as they should be considered part of the description. 
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