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Locomarine Yacht Router on 2040-parts.com

US $299.00
Location:

Zagreb, Croatia, Republic of

Zagreb, Croatia, Republic of
Condition:Used

For sale Locomarine yacht router

I have powered it, and it displays what you see on picture.

I don't know if it works,  I had not possibility to test it.

What you see is what you get

Please see photos and ask if any questions.

Shipping to USA 50USD, to Europe 30 USD, other countries please ask.

Please don't pay before I send you an invoice.

Item will be shipped as an registered airmail with tracking number

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