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Instruments Pod (rotax 912, Jabiru 3300 , Lsa, Experimental) on 2040-parts.com

US $110.00
Location:

Naperville, Illinois, United States

Naperville, Illinois, United States
Condition:Used

For sale INSTRUMENTS/AVIONICS POD , from 2007 CTSW


The Purchaser must pay Seller a NONREFUNDABLE PayPal deposit of $20 within 24 HRS of end of auction
The unpaid balance of the Purchase Price is due within seven (7) days of end of auction by: Paypal , bank wire transfer or cash on pickup.
Item will not be released under any circumstance until full payment has been made and bank verified.

Personal pickup zip code 60564 or crating and shipping to the "lower" 48 states - UPS ground $85.00.


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