Waikato, New Zealand-based Quarter Mile Addiction, a sports, interests, hobbies and entertainment merchandiser, has released the first 1968 Mopar square magnet in the Muscle Car Legends Series. Featuring, five legendary 68 vehicles including the SS Barracuda, Plymouth Roadrunner, Dodge Coronet/ Suberbee, Dodge Charger and the SS Dart, this magnet is collectible and a must have for any muscle car lover.
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Recently released, the Muscle car square magnet celebrates 68 legends and is ideal for anyone who is wants to celebrate attending the Mopar Nationals, Mopar Fest or Chrysler Nationals. Of course, lovers of 68 muscle car legends, who are not attending these events, will also enjoy owning this one-of-a-kind, classic square magnet that showcases their appreciation for such fine machinery.
Made in the United States, this square magnet has a black background with five striking colored muscle cars featured on the front. Other items in the range include a muscle car legends tee, hoodie, poster and even a phone case.
When ordered, the square magnet and other items, typically ship in 5 to 10 business days. Express 3-day orders may also be available, just ask at the checkout.
Quarter Mile Addiction ship worldwide and offer their customers a selection of currencies to select when purchasing an item. Orders can be tracked, giving customers peace-of-mind and reassurance that their order is on the way.
When asked about Quarter Mile Addiction and their products, one customer said, The selection in this store is amazing. Ive not seen these products anywhere else. Shipping is excellent, and the products are of good quality. Thanks guys, Ill be back for more.
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