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Classic S-1E floor-mounted radio/GPS stack

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Pitts S-1E nav-com stack, removed from the x-tubes between the foot trays:
  • Garmin GNC 300XL – Radio/GPS, including:
    • GPS antenna that was mounted with Velcro to the turtle-deck, behind the pilot’s head
    • GPS data card dated “09APR09”
    • Headset wiring and connections for panel-mounted headset jacks
    • Garmin GNC 300XL manual (minus the cover), plus two other documents (see pictures)
  • Garmin GTX 320A Transponder
  • Ameri-King AK-350 Altitude Encoder, with its x-tube mounting plate (encoder mounts under the x-tubes)
  • The stack frame panel includes Master and Avionics switches and breakers.
All devices were working when removed from service.

No radio or transponder antennas are included.

Total weight is about 10 lbs (10 lb 5oz when boxed for shipping).

Price: $300, which includes double-box packaging and shipping within the continental US.
 

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This item is sold. Thanks for your interest. - Dave
 

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