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Margaret McCoy

Buick Reatta OEM Center Cap Emblems NOS - Set of 4

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For your consideration is a New Old Stock set of 4 wheel center emblems for the Buick Reatta. These are OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) items that have never been installed on a vehicle, straight from the original shipping carton. We have a good quantity of these hard to find items that are not reproduced and once this lot is gone, they're gone. Give your Reatta a fresh look with these brand new emblems. This listing is for a set of 4 center cap emblems. Free shipping in the lower 48. Actual shipping elsewhere. Thank for your consideration. NOTE: These emblems are 3 3/16" in diameter. We have thousands of NOS OEM and aftermarket automotive emblems. If you don't see what you are looking for listed just drop us a line and we'll check our extensive inventory.

Buick Reatta Center Caps

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11 hours ago, Y-JobFan said:

I bought a set a few weeks ago

 

I did, also.

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Margret,

 

I missed the ebay auction.  You wrote this the closing day of the auction.   Do I understand you have sets left for sale.  Could you contact me by Pm with your address and I can send a check for 4 Reatta caps.

 

John

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I'm surprised that the center cap emblems are selling so well. It's usually the aluminum on the center cap that gets beat up instead of the emblems. The emblems are  good to cut down and put in the center caps for chrome wheels like some of us have.

 

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That's why I bought them Ronnie. Just in case I wanted to do my center caps on my wheels like you did.

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I like to use silicone sealant.........clear.  it is flexible when cured so the bumps that a wheel feels will not break it loose,  like it might if you used something that get hard like epoxy.

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