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(qty:5) Vw Volkswagen Car Antenna Stereo Cd Player Radio Audio Adapter Adaptor on

US $20.99

Huntington Beach, California, United States

Huntington Beach, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Scosche Model:VWAB Manufacturer Part Number:VWAB MPN:VWAB UPC:033991222311

VW Volkswagen

Stereo CD Player Radio Amplified Antenna (Adapter) Adaptor

Brand: Scosche

Part: VWAB

Quantity: Five (5) Antenna Adaptors

The Scosche VWAB Standard Antenna Adaptor is used to connect your factory antenna to a standard aftermarket radio input.

Fits the following vehicles:

1996-2002 Z3  

1987-1995 325is  

1987-1995 325i  

1992-1995 320i  

1984-1985 318i  

1991-1998 318i  

1991-1998 318is  

1995-1999 318ti  

1998 323i  

1998 323is  

1996-1998 328i  

1996-1998 328is  

1993-1995 740i  

1997-1998 740i  

1993-1998 740iL  

1988-1998 750iL  

1988-1991 M3  

1994-1998 M3  

1991-1993 M5  

1994-1997 840ci  

1995-1997 850ci  

1993 525it  

1989-1995 525i  

1994-1995 530i  

1994-1995 540i  

1987-1992 735i  

1988-1992 735iL  

1991-1992 850i  

1988-1991 325ix  

1989-1991 535i  

1986-1988 325  

1984-1987 325e  

1986-1987 325es  


2003-2007 CTS  

2004-2006 SRX  


2004-2006 Sprinter  


2000-2004 Focus  w/o Blaupunkt Radio  

2010-2011 Transit Connect  


1994-1999 S320  

1994-1995 S350  

1994-1999 S420  

1994-1999 S500  

1994-1999 S600  

1994-1997 SL320  

1994-2000 SL500  

1994-2000 SL600  


1999-2000 Cougar  


2004-2006 GTO  


1996-1998 911  

1999 996  


2008-2013 FORTWO  


1995-2001 Cabrio  

1993-2003 Eurovan  

1993-1998 Golf  

1993-1998 Jetta  

1990-1997 Passat


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