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B-17 Flying Fortress License Plate

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Part# 13-08222
MFR Model# LP042

Overview

This B-17 Flying Fortress metal license plate measures approximately 6-inches by 12-inches. Unlike most tin signs, we design and make our signs in the United States using 24 gauge American steel and a process known as sublimation, where the image is baked into a powder coating for a durable and long lasting finish. We then perform a vintaging process by hand to give this sign an aged look and feel. The edges of this sign are rounded for extra rigidity and the corners are drilled and riveted for easy hanging.
   
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Reviews

Very happy with my purchase. Its a way to remember the bomber crews who gave their lives in WWll. I was told by a crew member several years ago that when you were being fired upon during a mission, that your life expectancy at that point was 30 seconds. Very brave men. I would like to fly in a B-17 if there are some refurbished planes out there, just to experience what it would have felt like.

Daniel H
May 3, 2019

Its really cool I like it a lot thanks

Carl E
April 16, 2018

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