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Vintage Boat Airguide Tachometer, Chicago Usa 655 & 658 + No Reserve on 2040-parts.com

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Grants Pass, Oregon, United States

Grants Pass, Oregon, United States
Purchased at an estate sale. Untested. Shows scuffs, scratches, & pitting on chrome.
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Vintage Boat Airguide tachometer, chicago  USA 655 & 658 + No Reserve

Purchased at an estate sale. Untested. Shows scuffs, scratches, & pitting on chrome. Some specs inside that need to be cleaned from interior. Selling as is with No Returns.  Starting at a low starting cost and No Reserve.

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