Johnny Cash original vehicle participation placard for the vehicle Cash used in a Washington DC parade, 1976. The original antique vehicle participant placard used on the 1936 Packard 1401 that drove Johnny Cash and his mother along the parade route for the American Bicentennial Grand Parade in Washington D. C. on July 3, 1976. Cash was not only a featured celebrity of the parade, but was also bestowed the honor of being the parade's Grand Marshall. In overall fine condition. No Reserve.
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