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Vintage Fm Auto Radio Booster, Man By Russell Industries, Ny on


Vincentown, New Jersey, United States

Vincentown, New Jersey, United States
package shows storage wear, although its never been opened
Brand:russell industries Model:FM booster Manufacturer Part Number:FREM-1 Surface Finish:plastic, metal

Up for bid is a vintage FM radio booster kit Man by Russell industries in NY. I,m showing my age here so U old timers can relate, this was a hot item back in the day. still in original blister pack and never removed. this would boost FM reception, nice piece for that vintage ride or rat rod or just hang on the wall as a piece of art. set up for 12 volt negative ground applications. thanks for looking and be sure to check out my other goodies, K

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