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Jaguar Car Engine Part CUFFLINKS - salvaged part with original stampings of part numbers.

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Wear a part of your favorite car and own a part of history with our signaturel, one-of-a-kind cufflinks made with salvaged piston rod bearings from a Jaguar engine.

Each part is cleaned, cut and sanded leaving the original patina, stampings and wear pattern. Its fitted to a curved, silver cufflink backing.

Size: approx. 3/4". Actual cufflinks may vary from photo.

Perfect gift for the car guy or any luxury car lover to wear at the office or parties and for the groom or groomsmen to wear with a tux at a wedding. Faux black leather cufflink box and card describing the cufflinks is included.

Copyright 2014. The Car Part Cufflinks are an original product by Steven Shaver. Our cufflinks are not endorsed in any way by the car manufacturer. They are an artistic expression of our passion for cars.


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