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Gm Delco Am / Fm / Cassette Radio on 2040-parts.com

US $9.95
Location:

Patterson, New York, US

Patterson, New York, US
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Up for sale is a GM Delco AM / FM / Cassette radio, model # 16066325.  The power switch is bad, so I could not test the radio.  Sold AS IS for parts or repair


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