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Pininfarina Chromium And Enamel Metal Emblem 30 X 65 Mm. 2 Pieces on 2040-parts.com

US $84.90
Location:

Torino, Italy

Torino, Italy
Condition:New

PININFARINA "F" crhomium and enamel metal emblem made in two pieces, "F" emblem and red upper crown. Approx. size 30 x 70 millimeters
Two screwed studs on back, and one on the crown.
The item is brand new and in perfect condition.
It fits on several italian cars of '50 and '60 as Alfa Romeo, Maserati, Ferrari and others 
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