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National 360 (back pack style)

Lotahp1

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I have a National 360 that id part with. I bought it from a guy at the airport who was having some money problems awhile back basically to help him out. It hasn’t been repacked or inspected in awhile. (See pics) But it’s been stored in my closet so see no reason why it wouldn’t pass again. But can’t guarantee. Hope I didn’t get taken to much on it but I have about $600-$700 in it if I recall. I’d like to get $600 out of it as is or $700 with a fresh repack. You pay shipping or pick up in OKC.
Would trade for a Garmin GTR-200 or Garmin 696 with XM
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This is sold and gone...as a note I was having it inspected/repacked for a buyer and found out the chest strap was modified from a buckle systems to a Velcro setup. Soooo unfortunately the buyer didn’t get a new parachute but I did go ahead and sell it as a training aid to the rigger who was doing the inspection and repack.
 

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