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US $6.95
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Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States

Altoona, Pennsylvania, United States
Condition:New without tags

 BRANDA PERFORMANCE INC.
SHELBY & MUSTANG PARTS
*** PRESENTS ***

"GT350"
LICENSE PLATE
NEW - REPRODUCTION

BRANDA PART#:
LP1

BLUE BOARDER - WHITE BACKGROUND
w/. SHELBY GT350 PRINTED UPON THE CENTER

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