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L@@k!! Keith Black Racing Jacket Xxl Mopar, Plymouth, Dodge, Hemi, Vintage on 2040-parts.com

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Saint Clairsville, Ohio, United States

Saint Clairsville, Ohio, United States
L@@K!! Keith Black Racing Jacket XXL Mopar, Plymouth, Dodge, Hemi, Vintage, image 1
In excellent condition. Some light, uniformed fading around edges. Patches have no visible flaws. Jacket really looks like it was very rarely worn.
Color:Navy Blue Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Gender:Unisex Adult Make:Red Kap Material:Cotton Blends Brand:Keith Black Racing Size:2XL

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