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Vintage 1981 Orbex Mug-buoy Coaster-buoy Boat Camper Drink Holder Model 500 on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Duluth, Minnesota, United States

Duluth, Minnesota, United States
Box is worn, scuffed, bent. Has some soiling of the Coaster-Buoy.
Brand:Bar-Buoy Orbex Manufacturer Part Number:500 UPC:026337005006

I am offering a vintage 1981 Orbex Mug-Buoy/Coaster-Buoy.     Model 500.    For use in boat/camper to keep drink level.    Box is worn, scuffed, bent.    Has some soiling/staining on the Coaster-Buoy.  

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