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US $900.00

Nuevo, California, US

Nuevo, California, US


This was the jam back in the 60's. This has been in my garage since I took it out of my ride 45 years ago. It worked when I took it out, but no guarantees, and I don't remember how to hook it up. It has a few scratches, but all in all I think it's in great shape. This go's under your dash to hook up to your radio or tape player. This does not go on the outside of your car. This is nothing like police or emergency vehicle lights. It's approximately 2" x 2" x 17" and looks like Christmas lights that dance to the music. This is not in violation of the e-bay MC999 policy.

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As I always say, "If my kids don't want it, it's going down the road."

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