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Chevy Gmc Truck Suburban Blazer Delco Oem Radio C/k 1500 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 on

US $0.99

Stafford, Virginia, US

Stafford, Virginia, US
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Great condition, extremely clean, excellent functioning premium stereo sound system for GMC and GM trucks. Removed from a low mileage 93 Silverado. The pictures say it all..very nice, shows minimal signs of use. Fully tested, with all functions working properly to include the tape player. Comes with: radio control head, cassette player, and CDM. Someone will buy this, might as well be you. Don't let this pass you by.

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