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3 1946-1948 Mercury Trim Rings

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  • 3 1946-1948 Mercury Trim Rings

    3 really nice trim rings off 1948 Mercury. Fits 1946-1948 Mercury 16" wheels. May fit other applications. Excellent condition, no dings, dents or scrapes. Just need a good buffing for show condition. $45.00 plus actual applicable shipping to be determined based on zip code.

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