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Vintage 1968 Ford "econoline 100" Emblem on

US $11.95

Roy, Washington, United States

Roy, Washington, United States
daily drivers
Manufacturer Part Number:c8ub8920978 UPC:Does not apply

Mice used pair of 1968 Ford Econoline 100 side emblem. Nice shine on the finish, all mounting tabs are in tact. Some elbow grease will make these look real nice, daily drivers for sure but nothing more than that. Great set to help with the project. may also fit other years. 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 vintage, OEM car parts and pieces. Thanks for looking.

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