Bmw F10 F11 F18 F06 F12 F13 B&o Individual Music Amplifier Asd 9351080 on 2040-parts.com
Riga, Rigas Rajons, Latvia
Country/Region of Manufacture:Germany
Manufacturer Part Number:65129351080
Genuine BMW B&O INDIVIDUAL MUSIC AMPLIFIER WITH ASD
OEM Nr: 65 12 6 808 523 / 65 12 6 801 340 / 65 12 9 367 991 / 65 12 9 351 080
65 12 9 320 140 / 65 12 9 304 378 / 65 12 9 287 247
Fit for BMW: 5' F10 / 5' F10 LCI / 5' F11 / 5' F11 LCI / 5' F18
5' F18 LCI / 6' F06 Gran Coupé / 6' F06 Gran Coupé LCI / 6' F12
6' F12 LCI / 6' F13 / 6' F13 LCI
it's used but, in good condition
every item 100% tested before packaged!
Please contact if you have any questions, we will help with pleasure.
Price is for one!
ITEM WILL SHIP TO WORLDWIDE WITH EMS express mail service, shipping usually take to 5 - 14 days depending on the country.
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Tue, 03 Mar 2009
By Phil McNamara
03 March 2009 19:03
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