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Vintage Automobile or Motorcycle Cat Eye Reflector Collection


Collection of vintage automobile or motorcycle cat eye reflectors. The collection ranges in size from 4.5 wide x 7.5 tall x 4" deep to 6.5 wide x 16.5 tall x 4.5 deep. Each reflector is attached to a metal museum base for display.


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  • Condition
    Good. Conditions as expected for an item that was part of a car or motorcycle. Please see images or email with questions. .
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use. Minor losses. Minor fading.
  • Dimensions

    H 16.5 in. x W 6.5 in. x D 4.5 in.

    H 41.91 cm x W 16.51 cm x D 11.43 cm

  • Seller location
    Santa Monica, CA
  • Sold As
    Set of 7
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