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Monster Rca Car Stereo Interconnect Cables 5 Sets Lot Of 4 Ch 4r & 2 Ch 201xln on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Snohomish, Washington, United States

Snohomish, Washington, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Monster Manufacturer Part Number:201 XLN

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~ MONSTER CABLE ~ 

2 SETS OF 4 CHANNEL CABLE 4R AND 3 SETS OF 2 RCA CHANNEL CABLE 

USED WORKING CABLE 

CAME OUT OF A CAR WITH A GREAT SYSTEM

SOME OF THE RCA CABLES HAVE STAINS SO LOOK 

BUT THEY ALL WORK

WILL SHIP IN A PADDED FLAT RATE ENVELOPE TO SAVE ON POSTAGE

Please see the photos for condition

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