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Vintage Blaupunkt Beb 60 Car Equalizer Booster <<porshe,bmw,mercedes>> Rare on 2040-parts.com

US $150.00
Location:

Yambol, BG, Bulgaria

Yambol, BG, Bulgaria
The equalizer tested by specialist, works perfectly.
Brand:Blaupunkt Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan Manufacturer Part Number:Blaupunkt BEB 60

Hello welcome to my auction!.For sale very rare car equalizer booster Blaupunkt BEB 60 produced in 1979 year.
This is a very high quality of Blaupunkt.
Used for musical equipment for many nexpensive brands European cars  like Porsche, BMW and Mercedes.
Do not miss your chance to have it.
The equalizer  has been tested  works perfectly.

This is a private auction, buy what you see in the pictures without warranty and return.

Note: In one of the photos have a cassette player  which is not included in the sale!

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