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Final Round 2 Practice Tree on 2040-parts.com

US $95.00
Location:

Bedford, Pennsylvania, US

Bedford, Pennsylvania, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:BIONDO

THIS FINAL ROUND 2 PRACTICE TREE COMES WITH CARRYING CASE FROM BIONDO, 2 TRANS BRAKE/LINE LOCK BUTTONS, 2FOOT BRAKE/CLUTCH PEDALS, A/C WALL ADAPTER AND INSTUCTION BOOK.THIS UNIT WORKS PERFECT AND HAS BEEN USED THE LAST FEW YEARS. AS I AM NO LONGER RACING I DON'T HAVE A USE FOR IT ANYMORE. SO SET IT UP AND CHALLENGE A FRIEND AND SEE WHO IS THE REAL TREE MASTER! BEFORE YOU BID PLEASE ASK ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE.THANK YOU!  

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