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Radar Detector Warning Receiver Vixen Ii 2 Super Fox 12v Cig Lighter W/ Mount on

US $15.00

Sullivan, Missouri, US

Sullivan, Missouri, US
Returns Accepted:ReturnsNotAccepted brand:Vixen type:radar detector model:Super Fox

Super Fox Vixen II radar detector.  Attached mounting plate.  Wiring included.

I plugged it in to my cig lighter.  It powered on.  When I turned the "sql" it made noise.  I did not test it any further.  It may or may not be working fully.

It is aboout 4 inches wide, 5 inches deep, and 1 3/4 inches thick (excluding mount bracket.  It weighs about 1 1/2 pounds.

This item is being sold AS-IS with NO RETURNS and no guarantees as to how it will preform after shipping.  I will pack it as best as I know how to try and avoid any damage in shipping.

I am not an expert on this item (see photos for best description) 

It has only some light wear and some light aging, nothing serious it still looks Very Nice.  I do not see any breaks, damamges, or repairs.

 It is in as found condition and will look even better if properly cleaned.

 I will combine shipping whenever possible to reduce your postage costs.

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