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Rare, 1957/59 Ford Fairlane Rear Seat Emblem/trim on 2040-parts.com

US $21.95
Location:

Roy, Washington, United States

Roy, Washington, United States
daily driver
Manufacturer Part Number:BAC6461102-A UPC:Does not apply

Rare, hard to find 1957-59 Ford Fairlane rear seat cover/ trim piece. I believe it is a center piece in the rear seat. daily driver condition but nothing more than that. Dome bubbling on the chrome as the pics show. The center emblem is ice with no cracks or chips in it. Great color still on the emblem. May also fit other years and models as well. Please ask any questions prior to buying, payment is due within 48 hours of purchase. Don't forget to check out our store front for more OEM, vintage parts and pieces, and also great name brand tools. Thanks for looking,

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