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Nostalgic Bardahl Man Vinyl Decal Sticker on 2040-parts.com

US $6.99
Location:

Westland, Michigan, United States

Westland, Michigan, United States
Condition:New


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Bardahl Man Vinyl Decal Sticker

 

Decal is approx. 3 1/4" wide x 6" tall

 Made in USA of Quality Vinyl Graphics

The decal artwork and/or lettering is shown with a white background for illustration purposes only.  The actual decal is die cut to its shape. The surface of whatever the decal is applied to is what will show around the decal.
 
Decals can be applied to virtually any smooth, clean surface.  Can be used on windows, cars, boats, interior walls - you name it!  They will last for years.
 
Decals are precision cut and shipped with application tape.  Simply remove the backing off the decal, apply the decal to the surface of your choice, then remove the application tape.  It couldn't be easier!

 

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