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Port-a-tree Practice Tree Drag Racing on 2040-parts.com

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Richmond Hill, Georgia, United States

Richmond Hill, Georgia, United States
Condition:Used Brand:PORT-A-TREE

Port-A-Tree practice tree......  Full Tree or Pro Tree functions......... Single or Dual Lane........ Delay and Staggered Functions......... Also includes 2 handheld buttons and cables, 1 footbrake or clutch pedal switch and cable, and one transbrake cable . These items alone sell for more than the starting price............     Can be hooked up to full size tree (not included)......... Works on 9 volt batteries or 115 ac......... Great Condition all lights and functions work...........  Free priority mail shipping to the lower 48

2013 VW Golf TDI BlueMotion Mk 7 costs from £20,335

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