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Vw European Frequency Beetle Radio on 2040-parts.com

US $180.00
Location:

Schaumburg, Illinois, US

Schaumburg, Illinois, US
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VW European Beetle Radio (EUROPEAN USE ONLY)

This radio plays MP3 CDs. It has no scratches, dents, and looks brand new, and comes with a 3 month warranty. The radio is completely remanufactured and aligned to factory specifications. It comes with the Security Code. If you are not satisfied you can send it back within 14 Days for your money back. We completely re-manufacture the whole radio for function, reception, and CD Changer Input. We inspect the inside of the radio for any moisture damage and corrosion. Due to the design of the vehicle, condensation can cause water to leak into the air vent build on top of the radio causing damage. If any damage we scrap the radio. We also inspect the CD Mechanism and replace and update the gear pack, because 90% of these types of radios are famous with ejecting problems.

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