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Marine-boating-sailing-fishing-humminbird Piranha Max 15 Fishfinder on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Port Charlotte, Florida, United States

Port Charlotte, Florida, United States
Not Working
Brand:Humminbird Manufacturer Part Number:Piranha Max 15

You are bidding on this Humminbird Piranha Max 15 Fishfinder.  As you can see in the picture, the screen is cracked.  Therefore, being sold for parts, not working.  THIS IS A NO RESERVE AUCTION!!!

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