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US $499.99
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Pearblossom, California, United States
Fully functional everything works
Brand:New Mar

New Mar /phase three  charger  this  is a  used unit in fully working order excellent condition bid with confidence  read my feedback I do ship fast /if you have any questions please send me a note .
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