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Vintage 1946 1947 1948 Plymouth Car Ship Hood Emblem Ornament Trim #1149072 on 2040-parts.com

US $75.00
Location:

Kingston, Oklahoma, United States

Kingston, Oklahoma, United States
In good shape.
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

You are bidding on a Vintage Plymouth HOOD EMBLEM. The shiny places in the pictures are glare from the lights. In used condition, the top edge has a small 1/4" size piece gone as shown. Solid/sturdy in good shape with mounting bolts/screws. It has a Sailing Ship Logo on the front & underneath the ship ir reads: USA. It measures approx 9 1/2" long x 4 1/8" tall. The back is marked: 11490672 - DCB - 7130A-1. The previous owner said it came off a 1948 Plymouth & would also fit a 1946 or 1947 Plymouth. A nice collectible. Thanks for your interest.

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