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14050105.13 VINTAGE MANUAL SPOTLIGHT WITH 7-3/4″ LENS

  • This item has been sold
  • Condition rating scale: Used; 3 / 5 - Good – small cosmetic flaws
  • Zip/Postal Code: 77565
  • Listed: August 30, 2016 5:31 pm
  • Expires: 12 days, 11 hours
VINTAGE MANUAL SPOTLIGHT

Description

  • VINTAGE MANUAL SPOTLIGHT With 7-3/4″ Lens
  • * Item Is Aged & Very Weathered * See All Photos 
  • * This item has not been bench tested
  • * No Brand Or Model Information Is Visible
  • Approx. Overall Dimensions: 11.5″ Deep x 11″ Wide x 29″ Long
  • Approx. Weight: 45 Lbs.

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