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Dodge Challenger - original 1970s 'Signa Crest' enamel badge remounted onto a new leather keyfob


2 in stock

We have just 3 of these original Dodge Challenger keyfob badges to offer mounted onto our slimline teardrop keyfobs in full grain black leather as can be seen in the photos.

The vitreous enamel badges are original vintage items dating from the 1970s and are in mint condition.

The badges were made at the time by Signa Crest who we think were the final division of Craftsman who were originally Castles Unit Developments of Church Gate, Leicester England- all very complicated !

In the early 1960s almost all automotive keyrings and keyfob badges for the world’s cars were produced in England – it was quite an industry.

No records survive – but it is thought that Castles ( the famous CUD keyring Co. ) later became Craftsman and an American connection is rumoured but so far not substantiated.

It may be that these badges were actually produced in Brooklyn USA- particularly those for American cars like these Dodge ones.

These badges were originally supplied mounted onto torpedo keyfobs ( the torpedo keyfob was Castle’s signature keyfob shape – and likely the reason for their swift demise )

The torpedo keyfob did not hang well from the ignition key when in use in most cars.

The splitring was at ninety degrees to the keyfob itself which meant that the keyfob and badge did not lay flat in use like conventional keyfobs as we know them today.

So – here is an original 1970s badge now mounted onto a new leather keyfob which will hang correctly in use.

This badge is original & correct for 1970 onwards Dodge Challenger.

When all 3 keyrings have been sold this listing will cancel.