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Vintage Ford C4tb-16a652-b Hood Side Emblem Truck on 2040-parts.com

US $21.99
Location:

Belfast, Maine, United States

Belfast, Maine, United States
Missing the "750" insert piece...see photos. This is in good, clean cosmetic condition...see photos. All 3 of the mounting posts are intact...see photos.
Brand:Ford Manufacturer Part Number:C4TB-16A652-B Interchange Part Number:C4TB-16A652-B Other Part Number:C4TB-16A652-B Placement on Vehicle:Front Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Surface Finish:Chrome Warranty:No UPC:Does not apply

Vintage Ford C4TB-16A652-B Hood Side Emblem Truck
Missing the "750" insert piece...see photos. 
This is in good, clean cosmetic condition...see photos. 
All 3 of the mounting posts are intact...see photos.

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