Spinnaker Pole Car- Ss, For 1.00" Track on 2040-parts.com
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
New, old stock. Never used.
For 1.00" track (w/nylon shim/sliders)
Spring loaded pin
Shipping Charges for the lower 40 States. Extra charges for other locations.
I accept returns for material misrepresentations only. Buyer pays return shipping.
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