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'Jolly' Pirate Fish Car Emblem
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'Jolly' Pirate Fish Car Emblem
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Our 'Jolly' Pirate Fish Car Emblem mkes a great gift for your Pastafarian friends! It is molded black plastic, 4-1/4 " long, raised chrome, adhesive strip.

Buy with confidence! This product is made in the US and supports our domestic economy. 


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Vicar of The Flying Spaghetti Monster
  Great emblems. If only it would warm up so i can remove my car's badges and replace them with these symbols of the one true and dogma free religion of peace.
  Reviewed by:  Lonborghini Funghini from New York. on 4/22/2015
Jolly Rogue(r)
  I loved it on the Mustang, and now that I've Gone Rogue (Nissan) it looks even better! Quality eye catching product, thanks!
  Reviewed by:  cynthia from san marcos. on 10/10/2014
Stolen!
  Someone stole my pirate fish of off my car! I am getting two more to make sure that my car will never be without protection.
  Reviewed by:  Xenon from SD CA. on 7/19/2014
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  Bejaney, Im delighted with my pirate fish; 'tis the talk of the parish. Begorrah! looks great on the Massey, good quality, and very fast shipping! there should be an option for 6 stars...
  Reviewed by:  Capt. Al from Ireland. on 1/10/2014
Arrr! 'Tis a Right Bonny Fish, Indeed!
  Sturdy enough to help a body up the riggin', yet just bony enough to defy yon grappling hooks with ease, this pirate fish is easily seen from afar so as to strike fear into the hearts of nonbelievers and a hearty wave from other Pastafarians sailing by. It's got plenty of sticky stickum to hold it in place, and looks like pure silver treasure.
  Reviewed by:  Anne from Little Rock, AR. on 5/30/2013
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