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Omp Manufactured Ckr Suit, High Quality Shifter Kart Racing Suit - Used Size 54 on

US $375.00

Garden City, Idaho, United States

Garden City, Idaho, United States
Condition:Used Brand:OMP Manufacturer Part Number:CKRSUIT

OMP Manufactured CKR Suit, High Quality Shifter Kart Racing Suit

Washed with Molecule. This suit was used during 2016, is the current design. Size 54. Light wear on the suit with some oil splatter from shifter kart. Right elbow has worn spot.

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