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Garmin Apollo Gps Map 360 on

US $225.00

Rhome, Texas, United States

Rhome, Texas, United States
Condition:Used Manufacturer Part Number:430-0456-00 Brand:garmin

this map 360 was working well when I removed it a few months ago for an avionics upgrade.
comes with the connector.
I have the Apollo SL60 GPS com that it with in a separate listing.

these are good situational awareness units, good for basic position information in addition to the newer gps maps that are out now.

I usually ship items within 3 days but occasionally it takes me longer so I'm using a 10 day handling time as my OFFICIAL handling time.

buy with confidence, all my items are guaranteed satisfaction or return no questions asked.

overseas and international buyers to pay actual shipping costs only.

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