Racing Electronics Re Radio Solo Iii on 2040-parts.com
Fall River, Massachusetts, United States
Condition:For parts or not working
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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