1991-2005 Original Acura Nsx Original Oem Bose Radio Stereo Head Unit Genuine on 2040-parts.com
Maple Valley, Washington, US
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This OEM Bose Radio was removed from an Acura NSX with 39k miles. It is in good condition, fully functional and has no functional flaws. Buyer will just need to plug it in. No modifications needed. This Radio will work with any Acura NSX. Thanks for looking and have a terrific day. Please note that all serial numbers and identifiers from this unit have been recorded and photographed. Unit pictured is the unit that will be received. I accept paypal. SERIAL # for this unit: B00911022, as pictured.
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