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Vintage 1971 Mercury Comet Emblem on 2040-parts.com

US $12.95
Location:

Roy, Washington, United States

Roy, Washington, United States
nice, daily driver
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Nice 1971 Mercury Comet emblem.  The overall finish is very nice with chipping or bubbling on the finish. All mounting tabs are in tact. Great piece to help with the project, or add it into your collection. may fit other years as well. Could use a good cleaning, likely daily driver condition.Please ask any questions prior to buying, payment is due within 48 hours of purchase. Don't forget to check out our other OEM, rare vintage car parts and pieces. Thanks for looking.

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