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Vinten Vector 750 heads Good condition

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Location: United Kingdom
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Date Expires: 24/11/2021
Item ID: 217847

Vinten Vector 750 heads Good condition

Vinten Vector 750

Vinten Vector 750 head

Complete with 2x Pan bars & 1 x Wedge plate, black version.


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