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Piper Cessna Beech Mooney External Gps Antenna New Avmap Gps Antenna W Extension on 2040-parts.com

US $70.00
Location:

Summerville, South Carolina, United States

Summerville, South Carolina, United States
Condition:New Brand:Avmap Country/Region of Manufacture:Italy Warranty:No

BRAND NEW NEVER INSTALLED
AVMAP EXTERNAL GPS ANTENNA
GREATLY INCREASE SIGNAL STRENGTH
USEABLE ON MANY AVMAP PRODUCTS
RETAILS FROM AVMAP FOR $99.00
STILL IN SEALED BAG
NOT DIRTY OR DUSTY LIKE THE OTHERS FOR SALE

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