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1928-30 Ford Model A Radiator Emblem
1928-30 Ford Model A Radiator Emblem

1928-30 Ford Model A Radiator Emblem

28-30 Ford Model A, .115" Overall Thickness, Chrome, 2.968" Overall Width

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1928-30 Ford Model A Radiator Emblem
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Overall Thickness:
.115"
MFG. Part #:
91128100
Finish:
Chrome
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Each
Overall Width:
2.968"
Overall Height:
1.462"

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Made of chrome and blue porcelain, just like original. Oval-shaped with Ford script.

Fits: 1928, 1929, and 1930 Model A only.

Warning: It is recommended to attach this with modern "3M" style adhesive, or any type of adhesive for emblems, ETC. We do not carry the original retaining clip! Drilling of grill shell may be required to install. This emblem will fit All Model A Fords, 1928-1931. This is a blue emblem, which is typical of 1928-1930. Ford used a Black Emblem in 1931, which we do not carry.

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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