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Xbox 360 Slim and Phat Console Cases, Heat Syncs, Dvd Drives, Cables, Working and Broken Controllers Anything you need let me know i have it i also have fully working consoles available as well.

 

Original Xbox Cases, Dvd Drives, 80 Wire IDE Cables, Broken Controllers, Fans, Working Unmodded Consoles Or Modded Consoles Available, Bulk IDE Hard Drives Available, Bulk 500Gb Sata Drives Available With Proof of working can also load images to drives let me know if you need anything i probably have it.

 

DM if you have any questions or need anything prices will be cheap need them GONE.

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