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Garmin GTX 320A Transponder

Unit74

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Fresh yellow tag. Pulled for GTX345 install. Tray, connector and unit included.

$400 shipped to your door. Will upload pics when I can get to a wifi. PM me.

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From the front picture the label looks like it says GTX-320A or are my eyes just getting old?
 

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From the front picture the label looks like it says GTX-320A or are my eyes just getting old?
Awe crumbs. Your right. I pulled a 340 too for a PMA450 and got my wires crossed.

It is a 320A.

Thanks for the correct Doc. :oops:
 

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That's a good deal.

I unloaded a serviceable KT 76A on eBay not long ago for $450.
 

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eBay is my next stop. I hate paying their highway robbery fees, but they do have a large audience.
 

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eBay is my next stop. I hate paying their highway robbery fees, but they do have a large audience.


In my experience Barnstormers is equal to, or better than eBay for buying and selling aircraft parts.



On Barnstormers they don't charge a commission on sales. But I do give them maybe a $10 donation if I post an advert and it results in a sale.



The nice thing about Barnstormers is that the seller and prospective buyer can contact one another by telephone, email, or text. All the contact information is included in the ad.



However eBay tries real hard to prevent communication between buyers and sellers, except through eBay itself. I don't like that. Sometimes a real live telephone conversation is best to discuss the specs on an item and the terms of the sale.



Sorry to say I hardly ever look at a Trade A Plane anymore. Maybe once or twice a year my brother tosses one my way.
 
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