Vintage Ac Spark Plugs Outboard Boat Motor Display Sign Cabinet on 2040-parts.com
Detroit, Michigan, United States
Here is a neat old AC outboard display sign. Good used condition. Super graphics. At one time it had there were wire dividers so plugs could be displayed individually. Measures 16" x 7" 3.75". Nice addition to any collection.
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