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Raymarine C120 Gps & Chartplotter on

US $500.00

Danville, California, United States

Danville, California, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Raymarine Manufacturer Part Number:c120

This is a Raymarine c120 GPS/ Chartplotter 12" MFD. The unit is in work condition and was just bench tested at the time of this listing.  The screen has some crackling and delamination beneath the glass. The glass itself is smooth. You can't tell as much when you have a white background of the startup screen or the map. Take a look at the pictures when powered on.

Includes the Navionics Canada and SE Alaska compact flash card, power cord, and plastic sun cover.

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