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Lot Of 50 Snowmobile Skidoo Snow Machine Sled Stickers Decals on


Sherbrooke, Canada

Sherbrooke, Canada
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:not applicable Brand:multiple brands

Item Description

This is a lot of 50 adhesive peel and stick decals and/or vinyl die cuts. 

These are originals, not reproductions

The 12" ruler is for size reference

Please look closely at the pictures as you will receive the exact items shown. 

If you have any questions regarding this item, please contact me before placing a bid.
Shipping and Handling

do not ship worldwide.

I will only ship to the address that is on file with PAYPAL.


I accept PAYPAL payments only. 

All payments must be received within 4 days of close of auction. 

If you need more time, you must contact me. Otherwise an unpaid item dispute will be opened, and the item will be relisted.

Thanks for looking and happy bidding!

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