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Subaru Wrx Impreza Coupe Forester Outback Svx Baja Legacy Brz Tribeca Sticker on 2040-parts.com

US $3.99
Location:

Kelowna, British Columbia, CA

Kelowna, British Columbia, CA
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice) Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Return policy details: Restocking Fee:No



NEW VINYL DECAL

Shown in BLACK (other color choices below)

size: approx 5" tall x 6" wide


NO BACKGROUND color to this type of vinyl decal.
The background color will be the surface you apply the decal to.
The white in the photo is backing paper and will be peeled off and thrown away.

Want a different color choice?
Make a note AT THE TIME OF PAYMENT and choose from the following at no extra cost.
**IF NO COLOR CHOICE IS NOTED, A BLACK DECAL WILL BE SENT**

available colors: WHITE, NON METALLIC SILVER, GOLD, RED, ORANGE, YELLOW, DARK BLUE, LIGHT BLUE, DARK LIME GREEN, LIGHT PINK, TEAL BLUE, DARK PURPLE.

Perfect application for the outside of a window or painted surface.
Decal comes with a print out of application instructions.

Shipping
US $1.75
Canada $1.25
International (anywhere else in the world **wait for invoice**) $2.75

Additional auctions won FREE shipping!
Shipping days are Mon-Fri from BC Canada



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