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Aurum Cable 3.5mm To 3.5mm Car Stereo Auxiliary Male To Male Input Cable 2.5 Ft on

US $19.75

Cupertino, California, US

Cupertino, California, US

Aurum Cable 3.5mm to 3.5mm Car Stereo Auxiliary Male to Male (Aux-in) Input Cable, 2.5 Ft, Green Color

~~GOOD QUALITY, Strong Cable Body, SHIP FROM US~~

The item is an open item without its original packaging. 
It keeps very good condition and no obvious sign of used. 
Pictures show the actual item. 

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If the item differs from what's listed, I am more than willing to work with you to resolve whatever issue is. 

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