Plaque Michelin Longues s/Mer GC32
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Plaque Longues s/Mer GC32
D-Day Signs, Panneaux Michelin, Signs on demand
About This Project
The D514 (Route Departementale) was the GC 32 (chemin de grande communication) before the 1950s.
The route now runs from Cabourg to Osmanville and connect the famous places we know from D-Day.
The current coastal route was an important transport route for the Allies in the days after D-Day.
This Plaque Michelin is exactly designed and made according to the original Michelin version and setting from the 1930s.
She reflects the historic Michelin look unadulterated!
A Plaque of highest quality, made of solid beech wood and the characteristic concrete rim.
As with all Vinsigns, the font is authentic and painted by hand. The Plaque has a special finish and comes with a certificate and a unique production number.
Size: 900 x 450 x 40 mm
Weight: 9 Kg.
Price: € 400,00