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Black Universal Auto Car Roof Radio Am/fm Signal Shark Fin Aerial Antenna on

C $6.43

shanghai, China

shanghai, China
Condition:New Brand:unbranded Hersteller:No-Name Manufacturer Part Number:Does not apply Aerial Style:Fin


Attentioon:this listing is just for color black,we have other 6 colors:

white,red,blue,gray,gold,silver,if you want change to color,please leave us note when making payment,thanks

● This is a replacement part for your antenna, it can enhance the signal and achieve the purpose of decoration, let your car more brilliant .It's time to replace the shark fin antenna for your car now! !
● Easily on Installation / No Drilling Required.
● This Shark Fin Antenna with FM/AM connection cable inside.
● Make your car cool and distinctive.
● The design is amazing, concision and modern.
● Durable, classic, handy and beautiful.
● Style : Shark fin(Shark fins, streamlined design makes the car more beautiful)

Height: 65mm/2.6inch
Width: 70mm/2.8inch
Length: 160mm /6.3inch
Color: Black, Grey, Blue, Gold, Silver, Red, White
Material : High-Quality ABS Material
Fitment :Universal Fit for Cars

NOTE: If the size of your original antenna's base is bigger than the below dimension,this shark antenna will not fit your car.

Package includes:
1x Shark fin antenna



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