GAS RAT

GAS RAT
SKU: ANG0460 Categories: , ,

The GAS RAT novelty number plate is for the auto enthusiast.

It’s a standard size 37cm x 13cm aluminium plate with embossed main characters. It is extremely high quality, durable and long lasting and we are proud to say that it is Australian manufactured by the same company that’s been producing and selling quality number plates for years. The GAS RAT sign can be hung inside or outside and each is pre-drilled so ready to hang.

We sell for a great price and offer a wide variety so get yours today!
BONUS! – Each is supplied in a free clear plastic pocket with a display card ready for hanging on display in store. For protection from factory to customer each is freighted with extra packing materials to ensure they arrive at your store in tip-top condition

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