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Men's Xl Official Team Merchandise Ford Performance Racing #5 Blue Jacket Auto on 2040-parts.com

US $47.77
Location:

Bend, Oregon, United States

Bend, Oregon, United States
Some signs of wear on exterior from race track. This was an official team members jacket and was worn on the circuit.
Gender:Men Material:Nylon/Polyester Size:XL Make:FPR Brand:Ford Performance Racing Official Team Merchandise Color:Blue

Men's official team merchandise jacket from FORD PERFORMANCE RACING pit crew.  
Blue with dark blue trim and various sponsors patches and stitching.  Men's size XL.  Removable
sleeves that zip off, fleece lining and several pockets.  Very warm and comfortable.
Awesome jacket!
Some signs of wear and use and this was worn by Ford Motorsports Pit crew for  #5.

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