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Altronics Pa2 Performaire Weather Computer on 2040-parts.com

US $275.00
Location:

Kirksville, Missouri, United States

Kirksville, Missouri, United States
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Brand:Altronics Manufacturer Part Number:ALT-PA2

THIS AUCTION IS FOR A USED PERFOMAIRE PA2 WEATHER STATION W/MANUAL IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.  I USED THIS FOR E.T. & T-STOP TIMER PREDICTION ON MY S/GAS CAR WHICH I HAVE SOLD. SHIPPING IS FREE. ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE ASK.

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