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Superfox Vixen Radar Detector Warning Super Fox Cig Lighter Box Mount Instructio on

US $25.00

Sullivan, Missouri, US

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

Super Fox Vixen II radar detector.  Attached mounting wireplate.  Wiring included.  Extra cig lighter adapter and extra mount wire

Also included is original sales receipt , it cost $ 229.95 in 1981. 

 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 3 1/2 inches wide, 5 inches deep, and 1 1/2 inches thick (excluding mount bracket). 

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.

It has only some very light wear and some very light aging, nothing serious it still looks Very Nice.  Original box is very nice condition also.  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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