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Blaupunkt Reno Sqr 46 Operating Instructions Manual Classic 1980's Porsche 911 on

US $19.90

Lake Zurich, Illinois, United States

Lake Zurich, Illinois, United States
Excellent new copy of the original booklet.
Brand:Reno Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany Other Part Number:SQR 46 47 Part Brand:Blaupunkt Warranty:No Country of Manufacture:Germany

A correct size copy of the original Blaupunkt Reno
SQR 46 Operating Instructions Booklet / Manual.

The Blaupunt Reno SQR was the original radio in most Porsche models 911 928 930 from 1986 to 1987.

This is a new and excellent copy of the original factory booklet.

It's complete with 24 pages and in 4 languages : English, German, French &  Spanish.

The pictures of the radio is only for reference, no radio is included.

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