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1964 Barry Goldwater For President Car Antenna Flag

SKU: LBJ754

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$24.95

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Original fabric flag promoting republicanBarry Goldwater for President in the 1964 election vs democratic candidate Lyndon Johnson. These flags were produced with a a long strip of fabric on the right side which voters could slip over their car's antenna - back in the days when cars did have car antennas! A great addition to a classic car collection or a Barry Goldwater collection

1964 Barry Goldwater For President Car Antenna Flag

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Historical Notes

Back in "the olden days" car antennas were made of a long straight piece of metal that was attached to the car. As time went on a motor was added to the antenna so it could be raised or lowered when the car was turned on or turned off. Today's antennas are designed to look like they are almost invisible.

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Historical Notes Back in "the olden days" car antennas were made of a long straight piece of metal that was attached to the car. As time went on a motor was added to the antenna so it could be raised or lowered when the car was turned on or turned off. Today's antennas are designed to look like they are almost invisible.
Condition used
Product Condition Very good
size 6.25" x 4.75"
Price $24.95

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