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Fiat 1966 - 1967 Emblem Novelty License Plate

Product Code: FIAT_CIRCLE_EMBLEM_LP_BABY
$14.36 $16.90

Vintage Fiat 1966 - 1967 Emblem License Plate

Some will say that FIAT means “Fix It Again Tony” but in reality it means “Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino”, and was founded in 1899 by a group of investors. The first car was the 3 ½ CV (only 24 copies were built). Fiat built several cars that entered the legend of car racing. But FIAT is mostly known for their friendly and cute looking little cars. Everyone has a smile when coming across a 500. Equipped with a twin-cylinder, the 500 model was built in over 3 million units. FIAT launched the 124 in 1966, a car that would become one of the most widely known, right next to the 500. The Fiat sports cars had their own share of acclaim, especially the Dino V6 equipped with the 1987 cc Ferrari double overhead camshaft engine. Speaking of Ferrari, it was later absorbed by Fiat, in 1969, but that's another Legend!

Perfect for all car enthusiasts that want to show their passion for car by adding style, showing your pride, or enhancing the appearance of your Fiat 1966 - 1967 with this novelty license plate. Choose between 16 different colors to customize your vehicle to the fullest. This vintage Fiat 1966 - 1967 Emblem Novelty License Plate can also be use to decorate the walls in your garage, office, workshop, man cave, or any other room and space.

Available in: Baby Blue - Black - British Green - Cattail Brown - Dark Red - Good Orange - Gray - Hot Pink - Italian Red - LeMans Blue - Light Green - Military Green - Racing Blue - Steel Blue - White - Yellow

Made of .032 Aluminum
6" x 12" (153 x 306 mm) standard automotive license plate size
4 holes for easy mounting
Water-resistant
UV protected for outdoor use and durability
Made in USA

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