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Searay Cherry Table Top on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Paramus, New Jersey, United States

Paramus, New Jersey, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Sea Ray

This is a Searay Salon table top made from cherry wood. The oval size is 42" X 23" X 2". The underneath mounting area is 21" X 9". The top has no damage however, the top should be refinished in order to look new because it does have cracks in the resin top which do not appear unless you are close up and they do not effect the use of the table top. No shipping outside the US, shipping to the lower 48 only. It will be shipped Fedex ground and actual Fedex will apply. Local pickup is ok. This auction is for the TOP ONLY, the pedestal and ottomans are NOT included. The vinyl cover shown IS included in the auction.

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