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Honda Logo-- Denium Mens Shirt--size Large--dealer Promo on 2040-parts.com

US $14.99
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Garfield, New Jersey, United States

Garfield, New Jersey, United States
Worn one time & washed
Brand:Ultra Club Color:Blues Make:Honda Sleeve Length:Short Sleeve Gender:Unisex Adult Material:100% Cotton Size:Mens large UPC:Does not apply

YOU WILL BE VIEWING AND BIDDING ON A ORIGINAL HONDA Logo --Dealer Promotional Denimum Men's Shirt.. Size Large..Button down collar with short sleeve.. Can also be for a woman.. buttons are on left side of shirt.. Label Reads Ultra Club Collection...100% Cotton.. Worn one time and washed.. Condition is very good and has lots of wear left..This was a dealer promo to sales people.. LOOOOK FOR MY AUTOMOTIVE ITEMS NOW LISTED!!

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