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Vintage Twin, Top Mount Shift Control For Cable, Chrome Plated Brass on

US $110.00

Bethel Island, California, United States

Bethel Island, California, United States
lot of very fine scratches
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Top mount shift control for cable, a lot of fine scratches (maybe most of them will polish out) it is a very handsome unit.

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