Bakelite Morris horn button

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Fab60
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Bakelite Morris horn button

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Hey guys anyone have a very good conditioned Bakelite horn push for sale???



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I have this one for sale - it has a very tiny chip as per the photo but it shouldn't be noticeable once fitted:
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;) If needed I have the metal ring and a Morris badge for sale.
Do you also need the metal cap ? Gbp 40,= incl.P&P to the UK.

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DOWNTON Mini is what I like a lot.
Collecting 60th wooden steeringwheels.

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DOWNTON Mini is what I like a lot.
Collecting 60th wooden steeringwheels.

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