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Nos 56 Ford Fender Emblems Thunderbird V8 Fairlane Rh B6a-16228-a on 2040-parts.com

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Osseo, Minnesota, United States

Osseo, Minnesota, United States
Condition:New Brand:FOMOCO Other Part Number:RH-BJ-16228A Manufacturer Part Number:B6A-16228-A Warranty:Yes

NOS 1956 FORD RH THUNDERBIRD  V8  FENDER EMBLEM.  ORIGINAL BOX                      # B6-16228-A .  NEVER MOUNTED GREAT CHROME.   BOX SHOWS WEAR AND DIRTY.  ALL FLAPS IN PLACE.   PLEASE ASK QUESTIONS.   REAL DEAL NOS PART. 

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