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Genuine Honda Tailgate Cabana P/n 08z04-scv-101 on

US $75.00

Kennebunk, Maine, United States

Kennebunk, Maine, United States
It has minimal use and stored in original shipping box with the directions.
Brand:Honda Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown Color:Black

This Tailgate Cabana has all its parts and has been sitting it its shipping box after what appears to be minimal use.  All the zippers, clips and grommets are in perfect working condition as well as appearance. The poles that snap into place are in perfect working order. It has its own packing bag.
It weighs 9 lbs. 
Please check with your dealer for complete accuracy on fitting your vehicle. It says on line that it fits Honda's 2003-2009
The offers on line for just the tent poles are approximately 50. The ensemble from 200-253 brand new. 
This is not brand new, but like brand new. The owner liked the idea of this accessory, but got little use out of it.

This will be sent UPS Ground--it weighs 9 lbs.

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