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Vintage Original Nash Ambassador Chrome Script Emblem Trim on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
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New Salem, Pennsylvania, United States

New Salem, Pennsylvania, United States




Vintage Original Nash "Ambassador" Chrome Script Emblem

'48-'51

Nice Condition For Its Age(see Photos)

All 4 pins intact

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