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US $2.75

Lake Worth, Florida, US

Lake Worth, Florida, US

Devilbiss GTI Millennium, almost new condition, used by professional painter, well maintained and cared for. This gun gives a beautiful professional job. 

On Oct-21-13 at 15:58:14 PDT, seller added the following information:

This auction is for a Devilbiss spraygun. Please disregard the third photo, it is for a different spraygun and I can't figure out how to get the photo off. This spraygun is in great condition and does a beautiful job. One gun only. Thanks

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