Whistler Bright Buoy 700-100 Eloctronic Mooring Locator on 2040-parts.com
Three Rivers, Michigan, United States
Brand:whistler bright buoy
Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown
Manufacturer Part Number:700-100
Whistler Marine Brite Buoy locator system new never been used however the small piece at the bottom of the unit that has the hole in it that attaches to the anchor is missing, its threaded easily replaced.... it appears that it might have been lost or taken on purpose ....please ask questions.... the box has a little damage all other parts are there ...if you look at this unit on ebay it sells for 400.00 this unit is in perfect shape except for the missing piece ...the second photo shows the small white piece missing
Anchoring, Docking for Sale
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