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Matco/robinair Ac Machine Used Save Money !!!!!!!!! on

US $1,300.00

Canton, Georgia, United States

Canton, Georgia, United States
Brand:Matco Tools Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:H234288 UPC:Does not apply

Model H 234288. SN 301373. built 6/11. AC machine in decent condition. new filter.
may need service tune up. Powers up and runs thru the menu. new ones like this sell for 2800.00 to 3800.00 new. i bought it as a trade in for my personal use. now my house needs a roof !!!!
hate to sell but thats how it goes. no guarantee or warranty. LOCAL PICK UP ONLY !!!!!!!!!!
Canton GA 30115  300.00 nonrefundable deposit as soon as you click the buy button. balance
due upon pickup in cash. i will hold/keep stored for 30 days. thanks. if you are uncomfortable
with the terms we can talk about it.

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