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1967 1600 rear roundel and 1600 emblem.


jmr_1602

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Price: $110
Location: Virginia Beach


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Very rare 1967 rear roundel and 1600 emblem. 
 

Price is $90 including shipping in Conus. Buyer covers PayPal fees unless they opt to pay as a gift. Your choice. 🙂 Please feel free to ask questions. Thanks!

 

Jason

 

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Here you can see the back of the badge is molded to fit above the rear right tail light. 

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Example of placement on a 67 1600

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Edited by jmr_1602
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- Project 67' 1600-2

- Pig Cheek 71' 1602

 

 

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