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Original J. Fray Ltd Triumph Tank Badges Bonneville T140 82-9700 82-9701 on 2040-parts.com

US $30.00
Location:

Manville, New Jersey, US

Manville, New Jersey, US
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Set of original J Fray Ltd Triumph Bonneville T140 tank badges. I've had them sitting in my toolbox for 20 years or so, not bad shape. Does have some chips in the enamel but the chrome is in decent shape, good for a restoration project. New to eBay and will ship promptly bubble wrapped. Thanks for looking.

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