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Lamborghini Espada Side Chromium Emblem 235 Lenght on 2040-parts.com

US $144.90
Location:

Torino, Italy

Torino, Italy
Condition:New

Brand new LAMBORGHINI ESPADA side emblem. Made in chromium metal with 3 screwed studs on back.
Size 235 x 35 millimeters
The price is for the single emblem, if you need one piece only please specify the hand. 

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Shipping worldwide by registered letter 15,00 $ (for one o two emblem)

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