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Vintage Gran Fury Emblem Nameplate Badge 38t1505 on 2040-parts.com

US $20.00
Location:

New Smyrna Beach, Florida, United States

New Smyrna Beach, Florida, United States
Condition:Used

This emblem has obvious signs of wear from previous use/ownership, storage and age and may need to be cleaned up and restored by it's new owner. Also this emblem may need some fresh paint and polishing. The emblem is fully operational and functions as intended. Please view images.

This original Gran Fury emblem measures at 7” x 2 1/2”. posts for mounting and solid. If you don't use it for restoration it will be a great collectors item.  

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