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Harley Davidson Fuel Tank Decals Large Full Size on 2040-parts.com

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Coatesville, Pennsylvania, United States

Coatesville, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Harley-Davidson Warranty:No Placement:Gas Tank Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Type:Decal Kit

WE HAVE UP FOR AUCTION A SET OF LEFT SIDE HARLEY DAVIDSON FUEL TANK DECALS.THE DECALS ARE FULL SIZE AND THEY MEASURE 12 INCHES ACROSS AND THEY ARE BOTH LEFT SIDE AND THEY ARE NEW UNUSED.PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS BEFORE BIDDING.

 

I HAVE BEEN SELLING FINE ANTIQUES AND COLLECTIBLE ITEMS FOR OVER 25 YEARS AND MOST OF MY ITEMS FOR SALE ARE FROM LOCAL ESTATES THAT I HAVE PURCHASED OVER THE YEARS.THANK YOU FOR LOKKING  AND GOOD LUCK IN BIDDING.


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