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Re­pro­duc­tion Bowtie Em­blems




If you’re restor­ing any car from the ’60s, the one thing you can count on is the se­vere de­te­ri­o­ra­tion or weath­er­ing of parts—es­pe­cially the front em­blems. Af­ter years of con­stant UV ex­po­sure and road rash from fly­ing de­bris, the Bowtie em­blems are sure to be in dire need of re­place­ment and OER has an easy so­lu­tion.

Their re­pro­duc­tion of the blue Bowtie em­blem is an ex­act copy, which will re­place any units found on '69 Im­pala, Bel Air, and Bis­cayne mod­els (ex­cept SS). The em­blem is man­u­fac­tured with a die-cast metal body and back­ing plate, in­jec­tion-molded blue acrylic in­sert, cor­rect chrome and black outer bezel, and stamped steel re­tainer plate. It’s an ex­act du­pli­cate, which repli­cates the orig­i­nal unit, and in­stal­la­tion is easy with the sup­plied speed nuts.

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