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An emblem specifies the particular Make of the car. Whether it is a car, a truck, or an SUV, the emblem specifies that vehicle's identity. Usually made out of machined aluminum, plastic, or steel, it determines the particular company that built that specific car, most of the time by using the logo that the automotive company uses and is well known for. An emblem also signifies ownership of a specific car company over the design and licensing rights of a given car model. Some emblems are attached on the car using a double sided adhesive tape, some are screwed or bolted on, while others simply snap on to the grille of the car. Auto Parts Network carries most trusted auto parts and accessory needs, feel free and look through our online catalog to find the right emblem for your car. Hide
|1977 - Porsche 924||Rear|
|1978 - Porsche 924||Rear|
|1979 - Porsche 924||Rear|
|1980 - Porsche 924||Base||Rear|
|1981 - Porsche 924||Base||Rear|
|1982 - Porsche 924||Base||Rear|
|1987 - Porsche 924||Rear|
|1988 - Porsche 924||Rear|
|1983 - Porsche 944||Rear|
|1984 - Porsche 944||Rear|
|1985 - Porsche 944||Rear|
|1986 - Porsche 944||Rear|
|1987 - Porsche 944||Rear||L||4 Cyl 2.5L||-||2475|
|1988 - Porsche 944||Rear||L||4 Cyl 2.5L||-||2475|
|1989 - Porsche 944||Rear|
|1990 - Porsche 944||Rear|
|1991 - Porsche 944||Rear|