Scout Boat Emblem Stickers Set Chrome - Resistant To Mechanical Shocks - Adesivi on 2040-parts.com
Novi Sad, Serbia Vojvodina, Serbia
Condition:New other (see details)
This set contains the stickers from the images.
High quality gloss material.
Stickers are made from Oracal vinyl (made in Germany, whose external conditions endurance is 5 years).
That is chrome foil that has a layer of invisible polyurethane protective coat (made in Italy, whose external conditions endurance is 5 years).
Extremely resistant to exterior use conditions and mechanical shocks.
Stickers are soft and for additional extra flexibility heat them up with ordinary hair drier and they will become soft and easy to form.
These are not factory sticker.
We are not an authorized dealer of the brand.
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