Marine-boat-sail-garmin Gps Map 168 Sounder-ext Antenna-transducer-new In Box on 2040-parts.com
Port Charlotte, Florida, United States
You are bidding on this NEW In Box Garmin GPS Map 168 Sounder. Includes external antenna and transducer. As you can see, it comes in it's original and the protective film is still on the display screen. Purchased new but the boat sold before mounting. If there was a user's manual, it has disappeared but it can be downloaded from the Garmin website at no charge. THIS IS A NO RESERVE AUCTION!!!
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