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Buick Grand National License Plate No Longer Made on 2040-parts.com

US $15.95
Location:

Horsham, Pennsylvania, United States

Horsham, Pennsylvania, United States

 GM WILL NO LONGER LICENSE GRAND NATIONAL LOGO TO PLATE CO.

WE CAN ONLY SELL  OLD INVENTORY TILL THEY ARE GONE

NEW NEVER USED LICENSE PLATE

ALUM.STAMPED METAL

IF SEE ANY WRINKLES ETC..THEY ARE  SHRINK WRAPED ITS THE PLASTIC COVERING

MADE IN USA

LOOK GREAT ON YOUR CAR OR GARAGE WALL

POSTAGE 6.95 PRIORITY MAIL  WITH TRACKING ANYWERE IN USA

ELSEWERE IN THE WORLD PLEASE USE EBAY GLOBAL SERVICE

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NOT HAPPY FOR ANY REASON RETURN IT FOR A FULL REFUND

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