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Bmw Oem Radio With Built In Cd Player E39 E53 5 Series X5 on

US $59.00

Salaspils, Rigas Rajons, LV

Salaspils, Rigas Rajons, LV
Item must be returned within:14 Days Refund will be given as:Money Back Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Return policy details: Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Country of Manufacture:Japan


BMW Business original CD Radio player for E39 (5-series)/ E53 (X5) 

Fits in most 5-series and X5 cars with tape/CD (w/out navi).

Please remember, that MID is required to make this unit work. Get in touch with us for more compatibility info.

We use responsible carriers, such as DHL/TNT/UPS/FEDEX, so our packages are always delivered FAST and SAFE!

UK and some European Union countries are available for the next day delivery! 


Here and now you get a chance to get a GREAT condition CD Radio Business Player for your BMW sound system. 

This unit has some marks of use on the buttons, but that does not influence its PERFECT working conditions!

Dealership price of this unit would be $650!

Here and now you can buy this unit for less than 80% of its actual price!



BMW original CD radio (Business CD) unit

  • RDS function 
  • BMW CD changer compatibility 
  • Original BMW E39 faceplate size 
  • Perfect integration with Your Car sound system 
  • Compatibility with original BMW plugs and connectors. (plug&play installation in E39 and X5 cars with MID display available)

Part numbers of the unit: 65.12-6 921 960

or similar  ; 65 10 6 927 908;  65 12 6 941 507 ;  65 12 6 943 433;  65 12 6 965 512; 65 12 6 961 218; 65.12-6 387 322

65 12 6  908 783; 

Made by Alpine in Japan. 

The unit is Used but has 30 days Warranty (1 month).

 Please note: The illumination is  red , CD player ( None MP3 )  4 channel out put , CD changer control .
 Please see the back of the unit and compare it with your radio, or check with local Dealer for the perfect fit .
 It will fit BMW cars with the same power connector. The date code 41/02 (Oct.2002).


The unit is Used but has 30 days Warranty (1 month).

Worldwide shipping option available! 

We use responsible cariers, such as DHL/TNT/UPS/FEDEX. 

So our packages are always delivered FAST and SAFE!


In case the unit has some problems - get in touch with us and ship the unit back for repairs. After the unit is repaired, we will ship it back to you. (If tests show no defect with the unit, PServiss will ask for additional funds to ship the unit back to you.) Returns are accepted if you report about the return in 3 days after the unit is delivered to you. We do not ship units for tests, so in case the unit does not fit and is returned for the refund, PServiss will charge 10% of the deal plus shipping expenses. The package has to be returned in original BOX without any marks of use. Every part that is originally included in the box has to be returned as well.

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