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Limited Edition Mountain Dew Xbox 

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Never been opened or modded. 100% unmolested. Stickers still intact. Overall in great condition. Includes 1 power cable and one A/V Cable. Located in New Hampshire 🇺🇸. 

Asking: $229.99 + Shipping to the lower 48. Will ship to Canada and Europe just message me.






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38 minutes ago, thePiratePimp said:


Did this ever sell???

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ya it did


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23 hours ago, thePiratePimp said:


Thanks for the reply

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i had previously inquired. would be a nice one for collection.

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Board startup date: April 23, 2017 12:45:48
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