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National 425 Parachute--aerobatic harness

pittss1flyer

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This parachute was purchased new in 2007, and has been used only once--i.e. put on and sat in a flight in a cockpit--it has never been used for any emergency. It was everything I wanted in a parachute, but I found that in my Pitts (S1C and S2E), that I didn't fit well and I had to have a seat pack, which I subsequently purchased. Thus it has sat in a closet in the house--i.e. it has almost never been exposed to sunlight or hot or cold temperatures. Specs are:

National Signature Backpack 425 with 26 foot parachute--Navy blue with gold accent trim.
Aerobatic harness
B-12 snaps including on chest (an extra cost item)
Detachable Velour back pad (an extra cost item)
Matching deluxe parachute carry bag (an extra cost item)

It does not have a current repack, but I can get one at our local skydivers shop.

current sales price for this 'chute would be around $2000. plus tax shipping and handling, and more if you pay retail. I am asking $1500 plus shipping, and plus cost of repack if requested (about $65).

I can take paypal.

Thanks

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pittss1flyer

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It's a really nice parachute that needs a good home.
 

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