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Garmin Gps 396 With Pcas Xrx Traffic Xm Antenna 496 796 696 430 on 2040-parts.com

US $1,149.00
Location:

Tampa, Florida, United States

Tampa, Florida, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Garmin Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Warranty:No

Hello All, Merry Christmas!

Here for sale is a "Garmin 396" with NEW Battery working perfectly AND a "PCAS XRX" Combo!!!

Also included is:

* External Antena for the 396 (original flip up/down antenna also included).
* XM Antenna
* 12V power adapter
* Usb genuine Garmin Data Cable
* Yoke Support 
* NEW Battery
* INTERFACE CABLE FOR 396 (U$ +150.00 Value)!

 Also on this package deal a PCAS XRX Traffi Collision Avoidance System

* XRX Unit
* Original box with instructions and manual
* Power and data cable
* original sales receipt of more then U$ 1.300,00 when New.

Bid accordly and good Luck!
Will ship out as soon payment is cleared!

Merry Christmas!

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