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Raytheon / Raymarine St60 Wind Head Display on 2040-parts.com

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Norfolk, Virginia, United States

Norfolk, Virginia, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Raymarine Manufacturer Part Number:ST60 Wind Display

I am the owner of the sailboat this unit was recently removed from.  It is in working condition and it comes as pictured.

The reason for the removal was an upgrade to newer electronics.

The sun cover, Quick Reference Guide and owner's handbook are included. 

 

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