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FS: true vintage german Rally and Racing stickers 67-76


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Price: $20
Location: Germany, international shipping possible


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Hi everbody,


I clean up my collection of true vintage stickers!

For sale are:
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- Rallye Participant Stickers from the years 1967 to 1976, each 19.00$
- ASC Rallye Participant Stickers from the years 1967 to 1976, each 15.00$

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- Motorsport-Club or Car-Club Stickers (AVD, BMC, ATC, etc etc) 15.00$ each

Image 11: BMC Rallye stickers, not related to a specific year, each 15.00 $

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Martini BMW Nürburgring:
- BMW Martini Nürbrugring Dealership sticker (silver behind window) 25.00$ each (up to three available)

- Martini Nürburgring red on green sticker 28.00$ each (up to three available)
- JA zum Nürburgring (yes to the ring) 35.00$ each (up to three available)

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- Sponsor Stickers: make me an offer 😉

If one takes more then one sticker: let's talk about a set price 😉

 

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Ill take, in image #3 the Roland Ralye , the round one with the steering wheel,

image #13 the Varta Racing and the yellow Nurburgering, 

How about $40  US all shiped ? Thank you, Richard

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Id love the following:

Image 3 - Rallye Monte Carlo 1972 

Image 10 - Motor-Und-Sport-Club Sulfeld A V (red over blue with fox)

Image 13 - Fahre Mit Herz heart shaped and Green Nürburgring on checkered background

 

$40?

2003 e39 M5 (daily)

1986 e30 325es (sons car)

1972 2002tii (fun daily alternative)

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19 hours ago, Blitzen said:

In the last photo the round ''Ring'' stickers one Yellow and one Green w checkerboard if still available.

 Rolf

unfortunately those two are sold... Best
Michael

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  • 3 weeks later...

Hello, 

sorry if I’ve lost track of which ones are still available. 
Are any of this group of three still available? 
Thanks. 
Matt

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1973 Ruby Red 2002 tii "Celeste"

1976 Fjord 2002 "Hazel"

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