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Vw Bug & Bus Thermometer - Celsius/fahrenheit - 11" 2 3/4" on 2040-parts.com

US $16.99
Location:

Effingham, IL, United States

Effingham, IL, United States
VW Bug & Bus Thermometer - Celsius/Fahrenheit - 11" 2 3/4", US $16.99, image 1
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VW Bug & Bus Thermometer - Celsius/Fahrenheit - 11" 2 3/4"

This VW Bug and Bus Thermometer is nostalgic and functional. Displaying the VW logo, this thermometer features the standard and export Volkswagen Beetles - an option for every Bug lover! We carefully melded the simple style and imagery of the past with the state of the art production techniques of today to provide you with a truly "top notch" product that far exceeds the quality of standards of any metal thermometer on the market today.

  • Pre-Drilled Mounting Holes
  • Easy To Read & Bold Temperature
  • 11" Height X 2 3/4" Width
  • Officially licensed by Volkswagen


Years Applicable:

Bus 1950 - 1979
Standard Beetle 1946 - 1977
Super Beetle 1971 - 1979

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