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Jaguar Mk Mark 2 Xke 1964 1965 Radio Speaker Center Dash Console Will Ship on 2040-parts.com

US $90.00
Location:

Fontana, California, United States

Fontana, California, United States
Condition:Used

 Up for sale here is the radio/speaker dash console from my 64 Jag MK2. It will come with the attached heater levers and cables unless you don't need them.  I will be selling all the bits off mine.  This will ship for $25 which I will send you a separate invoice through pay Pal. Feel free to contact me with any of your Mk 2 needs or questions. Thanks Dean 760-868-0592 till 9 pm Pacific time.

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