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Toyota Single Channel Fold-flat Infared Wireless Headhones Part#pt900-00102 New! on 2040-parts.com

US $54.99
Location:

Shopaholicville, USA, US

Shopaholicville, USA, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted Part Brand:Toyoat Manufacturer Part Number:PT900-00102


 DESCRIPTION:

Brand new in package! 2 Toyota wireless headphones.
 
PAYMENT:

Payment must be sent via PayPal within 48 hours after the end of the auction.

Serious bidders only, please! I don't have time to deal with people that bid and don't pay.

Non paying bidders WILL be reported to eBay.

SHIPPING & HANDLING

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I will not ship to any APO/FPO addresses.

OTHER INFO:

All items come from a smoke free home!  

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