Used Garmin 496 Aviation GPS with all accessories as shown in photo. Pristine condition. April 2016 NAV data update, New type GXM 40 XM antenna, Air Gizmo panel mount with cover ($120 value), two extra 496 satellite antennae, glare screen protector, two bean bag dash mounts, three stick-on mounts suitable for aircraft glare shield or auto dash, three cigarette lighter power cables, two with speaker, 110V wall charger, molex pinned power cable for connecting to aircraft electrical system, yoke mount (total for all accessories $370.00), original box and manuals.
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