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Vintage Penn Yan Boat Tunnel Drive Poster 33" X 24" - Collectible Sign on 2040-parts.com

US $15.00
Location:

Canandaigua, New York, United States

Canandaigua, New York, United States
New old stock
Brand:Penn Yan Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:poster 70

Great Christmas Present!!!   Can ship up until 12/22 !!!


 New old stock Vintage Penn Yan Boat Tunnel Drive poster from the Early 1970's

Size is approximately 33" tall  X 24" wide

These are new old stock from my private collection...I used to work at Penn Yan boats and these are directly from the factory

These are in decent condition,  There is some light brown staining on the lower white area...I tried to show in the photos... THEY ARE NOT BRAND NEW...please do not expect them to be like they were printed yesterday...these are vintage 30+ years old.

Shipping will be via USPS priority mail tube...expect them to be rolled to ship

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