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Alpine Cd Receiver Player, Model Cdm-9803, 50 Watts X 4 Amplifier on 2040-parts.com

US $20.00
Location:

Portland, Oregon, US

Portland, Oregon, US
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This was in my Corvette when I bought it.

I wanted to restore the Vette to original so I removed this not long after I bought the car.

Face plate is removable. What you see in the pictures is what comes with the unit.

It does have some scratches on it as seen in the pictures.

Please ask questions before you bid. This item is not returnable.

Good luck on your bidding.

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