Art by Lethal Threat
Awesome skull art with ocean waves surfboards hibiscus flowers hula girls
tikis and palm trees the ultimate surf decal!
Decal measures 6 3/4 inches by 5 3/4 inches
All of my Decals are printed on High Quality Transparent Vinyl
Beautiful High Quality Non-Fade VINYL Sticker/Decal
Looks Great on a Car or Truck,
Even a boat or a Beer fridge.
Durable enough for a Quad or Surfboard
Perfect for the Mechanic Shop or the toolbox!
GREAT FOR COLLECTORS
MAKES A GREAT GIFT!
CLICK HERE TO SEE ALL OF MY STICKERS/DECALS
Thanks for looking!
Surf Skull Surfboard Island Hula Girl Tiki Sticker/decal Car Rv Lethal Threat on 2040-parts.com
Edmonton, Alberta, CA
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