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1.9" Saab Griffin Black Emblem 900 9-3 Hood And 9-7x Trunk on

US $7.69

Aveiro, PT

Aveiro, PT
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Return policy details: Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Part Brand:Saab Placement on Vehicle:Right Surface Finish:Chrome Plastic Warranty:Yes Color:carbon fiber effect

Tired of replacing your peeling hood emblem?

Give your tired emblem a new lease of life.

This auction is for 1 SAAB Black Griffin 3d gel domed emblem decal.

* Made in HIGH Quality Resin Dome.

* Decal diameter size 1.9" (other sizes avaliable ate the same price)

* Scratch resitant.

* Waterproof & UV resistant.

* Self-adhesive instalation.

* Outdoor use for long life and fade resistance.


It will fit right over the existing peeled emblem and is a great alternative instead of replacing the complete emblem. 


I also have other sizes and designs, check my other listings or contact-me using the "ask a question" link on the top of the listing.  

if you want a different size, contact-me and I will create a new listing for it

Worldwide priority shipping with insurance only 3$

2-4 days delivery time to europe
4-6 days to US and Canada
5-7 days Worldwide

I will combine shipping with my other items.

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