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New Nos 8 Track Under Dash Car Stereo Tape Player Vintage Chevy Ford Dodge on

US $99.00

Leo, Indiana, United States

Leo, Indiana, United States
Condition:New Brand:medallion Manufacturer Part Number:65-560

This is a super cool vintage new Medallion under dash 8-track stereo tape player. This comes complete as pictured with mounting brackets, detailed instructions and 8-track player. The box is dated 1973 and it has always been stored in a heated environment. Would be neat for any car of the 60's or 70's... Break out the old Zeppelin 8-tracks and rock on!!!!!
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