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Mac Tools Truck Sign Key Hanger Board For Garage , Mechanic Shop , Gas Station on 2040-parts.com

US $75.00
Location:

Chipley, Florida, US

Chipley, Florida, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:MAC TOOLS Warranty:No

VINTAGE LOOKING 70's STYLE TOOL VAN , LARGE SIGN WITH 25 HOOKS TO HANG KEYS ON.   WOULD LOOK GREAT IN A GARAGE < GAS STATION > MECHANICS SHOP < MAN CAVE

THESE WERE GIVEN AWAY BY MAC TOOL TRUCK DRIVER TO PROMOTE HIS BRAND IN THE SHOPS HE SOLD TOOLS IN.

I PICKED THESE UP FROM A GUY WHO HAD FOUND SEVERAL IN UNOPENED BOXES, THESE ARE STILL BRAND NEW UN-USED

 

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