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Racing Electronics Re Radio Solo Iii on


Fall River, Massachusetts, United States

Fall River, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:For parts or not working Brand:racing electronics

I am selling this radio for parts only.  No returns.

  • It does turn on. 
  • You can adjust the volume. 
  • What you CAN'T do is change the channel!
  • The display is stuck on the channel shown.
  • Ear buds are not included.

If your track uses channel 0, or you know how to fix electronics, this could be a great deal for you.  Retail price was $150+.

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Please pay within 3 days of the close of auction.


I care about the quality of every transaction I have on Ebay. I will leave feedback for you, the buyer, after I know that (a) the item has been received, (b) you are satisfied with your purchase and (c) all is well. If you have any concerns at all, please contact me right away.


I pack with tender loving care, use recycled materials and ship within 2 days of cleared payment. Price is for continental US only. Please note shipping costs include Ebay charges (yup, they earn profit on shipping, too!).


Returns are not accepted for this auction unless the item is not as described. If you have any questions, please ask before bidding. If I have overlooked something in this auction or if a picture doesn’t seem to match the description, please let me know as I always welcome learning from my mistakes! Thanks for checking my auction. I hope that we can do business together.

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