Vintage 1980's Alpine 3317 Car Audio Eq Equilizer Old School Radio Equalizer on 2040-parts.com
Hickory, North Carolina, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:3317
VINTAGE 1980'S ALPINE 3317 CAR AUDIO EQ EQUILIZER OLD SCHOOL RADIO EQUALIZER
THIS IS FOR A VINTAGE 1980'S ALPINE 3317 CAR AUDIO EQ EQUILIZER OLD SCHOOL RADIO EQUALIZER.
THIS WAS INSTALLED IN CAMARO BACK IN THE 1980'S AND RECENTLY FOUND IN STORAGE. IT HAS NOT BEEN TESTED BUT WAS WORKING WHEN IT WAS REMOVED BACK IN THE 1980'S. BEING SOLD AS IS.
IT COME AS PICTURED AND WOULD MAKE A NICE ADDITION TO ANY COLLECTION.
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