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Chevron Gas Station Oil Vintage Look Embossed Metal Sign Man Cave Garage Rat Rod on

US $0.99

Walland, Tennessee, US

Walland, Tennessee, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:Chevy engine pump tank engine belt fuel diesel xl Manufacturer Part Number:alternator battery shelby vintage cartier sinclair Interchange Part Number:engine pistons struts triumph antique ford chevy x Other Part Number:harley motor oil battery oem hot rod quaker state Placement on Vehicle:Array Surface Finish:texaco gas carburetor radiator polly gas mobil gas Warranty:Yes Country of Manufacture:United States

Here is a nice vintage look chevron sign with raised letters. This one is officially licensed by chevron/texaco. This one is sure to enhance your home, garage, bar, mancave or anywhere you want to hang it. This is a new sign and measures 12 inches.

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