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Meguiar's Dual Action Professional Polisher, Pre-owned on 2040-parts.com

US $50.00
Location:

Panama City, Florida, US

Panama City, Florida, US
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Nice used Meguiars professional polisher model G110. This has only been used a few times and could really use a new home. Comes with the head, tools and a hard carrying case. The instructions were lost somewhere along the way and there are a few cracks inside the carrying case. The instructions might be easily found online if needed.Thanks

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