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Jedi Bed Side Truck Vinyl Decal - All Trucks Star Wars on 2040-parts.com

C $27.00
Location:

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Condition:New other (see details) Brand:Unbranded/Generic Primary Color:Black Type:Body Decal, Racing Stripes, Tailgate Decal Finish:Glossy Theme:Custom Image, Racing Placement on Vehicle:Left, Right




Jedi
Bed Side Truck
Vinyl Decal


Description:
  • Material: High quality vinyl
  • 2 PC
  • Color Options: White, Black, Charcoal, Silver, Grey, Dark Blue, Blue, Dark Green, Green, Red, Orange, Yellow
  • Size (Approx.): (H)49 x (W)10 inches







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