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Sugar Skull License Plate Topper Tag Rat Rod Hot Car Club Plaque Scta Chopper on

US $34.99

Apache Junction, Arizona, United States

Apache Junction, Arizona, United States
Condition:New Part Brand:TommyShock

This auction is for a unique SUGAR SKULL License Plate Tag Topper. It comes in a satin finish. It's cast in high quality aluminum, this is a very nice item! It measures 2" wide, 4 1/4" tall. The eyes have red jewels. Please make your decision based of the photos attached, I believe they represent this item well. This item would look great on a hot rod or Kustom! Please check out my Ebay store for other cool hot rod items!

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