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Trimble Flightmate Vintage Gps on 2040-parts.com

US $30.00
Location:

Datil, New Mexico, United States

Datil, New Mexico, United States
Condition:Used Brand:Trimble

 Vintage FlightMate GPS.  Works fine.  This is a very early aviation GPS.  Includes 12V power plug, external antenna, Owner's Manual, and leather bag.  Last used to deliver PA-33 from KALM to Phoenix in 2006.

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