Vintage Metal Oldsmobile Emblem on 2040-parts.com
Auburn, Michigan, United States
For sale is this Metal Oldsmobile Emblem. I am not sure what model or year vehicle it came off of. It measures about 5 5/8" long. The chrome is in poor condition. Please use the shipping calculator to determine shipping cost to your location. I usually have 3 choices of shipping options, but you must click on SEE DETAILS to the right of the shipping price on the listing in order to see the other 2. If you are the winner of more than 1 of my auctions or sale items, I will combine orders to reduce shipping cost. I accept PayPals. If you have any questions please feel free to email me, and thank you for looking. I allow returns of items up to 14 days from the time the buyer receives the item. I refund only the item price, no shipping to or from the buyer.
Decals, Emblems, Detailing for Sale
Wed, 31 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Ford launched its new Evos concept as no less than its new global design direction at a pre-Frankfurt show event in Berlin yesterday. Pay attention to the new Evos - it sets a blueprint for life after the Kinetic design language that has shaped Fords for the past few years. All its design big guns were in attendance to reinforce the Evos’s worldwide significance from overall design chief J Mays to his two regional executive design directors, Martin Smith and Moray Callum.
Wed, 01 Jul 2009 00:00:00 -0700
Graduating students from Strate College in Paris, France displayed their final projects in a degree show held at the school's temporary facility late last month. Founded in 1993, the school has outgrown its rented facility and is in the process of relocating to a new purpose-built facility, which will be completed at the start of the next school year. Of the 60 students studying various disciplines, the design exhibition also included the works of 16 students in the Transportation Mobility program.
Fri, 07 Jan 2011 00:00:00 -0800
The new car sales figures for 2010 were announced today, revealing the winners and losers in the UK's new car showrooms. Perhaps surprisingly, with the ending of the scrappage scheme in March 2010, new car registrations in Britain ended up 1.8% on 2009. That was a total of 2,030,846 cars sold as new.