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God Bless America Special Edition with Eagle $10.95
God Bless America Special Edition with Eagle

The US Flag Design Series plate features a waving flag background with standard colors for the red, white, and blue. The shaded creases and overlapped stars make the flag appear to be rippling in the wind. A gold banner across the bottom of the plate contrasts the colors of the flag and proudly proclaims "Proud to be American" or "God Bless America." The Proud to be American design is also available with a soaring eagle laid over the flag, resulting in a more aggressive appearance. All designs are created using bright reflective and look great on the front of any vehicle. These designs have received rave reviews from everyone who sees them. All Race Plate product is produced to the highest standards, using heavy gauge aluminum, as is standard in state-produced license plate product. All Plates have a machined-rimmed edge that adds to the quality feel and enhances the design. The unique digital process produces the graphics in a highly-visible reflective coating which is bonded to the plate, then clear-coated for durability and protection of the reflective material. The result is a brighter, clearer graphic design that stands out in the daytime and virtually "lights up" when struck by light at night. The reflective material is the same high quality material used by state governments for license plates and road signs. Race Plates are truly a cut above typical screen-print plastic or tin souvenir plates and will last for years without fading or losing their shape. All Race Plate product is produced in the USA using domestic materials.

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 09 September, 2009.