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1989-2001 Honda Cr500 Custom Pre-printed Black Backgrounds White Numbers on

US $34.99

Meridian, Idaho, United States

Meridian, Idaho, United States
Condition:New Brand:FastTimes Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:89-01/BlkBg-WhtNumber/CR500 UPC:Does not apply

Please allow 2 business days for your order to be shipped after order is placed!

Comes with all Decals shown including 2 Free mini plates as shown.

19mil thick pre-printed Name and Numbers. Colors will be the same as shown but with your Name/Number in the Style of your choice. Plastics are not included. NOTE: There is NO returns since all product is Custom made to order. Made in the U.S.A. by FastTimes Graphic Co.

Fits Stock Plastics: 1989-2001 HONDA CR500 ONLY!


EASY 1, 2, 3 Ordering!

1, Name on Front Plate?: Yes or No. If Yes, message name which is case sensitive. 
Note: ALL CAPS usually looks better.

2, Bike Number?:

3, Number/Name Style?: 

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