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Porsche Motorsport Selection Jacket U.s. Large on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Louisville, Kentucky, United States

Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Worn less than 5 times
Gender:Men Make:Porsche Size:L Brand:Porsche Motorsport Selection Color:Multi-Color Country/Region of Manufacture:China Material:Polyester

I purchased this new from the Porsche dealer back in late 2014 for $352. I thought I would wear it more often than I have and it is a shame to leave it in my coat closet all the time. So, I am going to see if I can get some of my investment back and pass it on to someone who will wear it.

It has been worn 5 times or less. It is not new but is in very good condition. I believe you will be pleased. If not, return it to me at your cost and I will refund your money. I want you to like it.

Jacket is in Louisville, Kentucky. Please ask any questions you have through eBay or text me at 5024182004.

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