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1969-1973 Mustang Radio Am/fm Usa-230 Ipod Xm Mp3 200 Watt Aux Input on 2040-parts.com

US $159.00
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Fullerton, California, United States

Fullerton, California, United States
1969-1973 Mustang radio AM/FM USA-230 IPOD XM MP3 200 Watt Aux Input, US $159.00, image 1
Condition:New Manufacturer Part Number:CAM-MS-LM-230 Part Brand:Custom Autosound Warranty:Yes


1969-1973 FORD MUSTANG DIRECT FIT RADIO. 
NO CUTTING , THIS WILL SIMPLY BOLT IN YOUR DASH, JUST LIKE YOUR ORIGINAL.
MODERN RADIO WITH MODERN FEATURES
IN STOCK, READY TO SHIP TODAY!
AM/FM RADIO 
200 WATTS
AUX INPUTS AND RCA OUTPUTS. WORKS WITH IPOD, MP3, DVD, SATELLITE, XM, ECT.
RCA TO 1/8" HEADPHONE JACK INCLUDED
SEPARATE BASS/TREBLE
FRONT REAR/FADER
DIGITAL CLOCK
12FM / 4 AM PRESETS
TUNER FOR U.S.A. AND EUROPE
AUTO ANTENNA LEAD
ELECTRONIC VOLUME / TUNING CONTROLS.

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