Garmin Gpsmap 2010c Color Gps Chartplotter on 2040-parts.com
Melbourne, Florida, United States
Garmin GPSMAP 2010c Color GPS Chartplotter. I have had this for a while and at one point had the cable that enabled me to put power to it. If I remember correctly there were different colored bars running vertically on the screen. Some looked faded. No other testing was done. Something small is rattling inside most likely plastic from the case I don't know. Pictures show the rest. Sold as is for parts.
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