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Old October 8th 04, 07:38 PM
Paul Anton
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Default Terra VOR-GS

I have a Terra TN200 VOR with GS, Tri-Nav indicator, tray, wiring harness
and maintenance manual.

The local Avionics shop is loath to test and yellow tag it since they're not
set up for Terra. I don't want to send it to Eastern Avionics for yellow tag
so it is priced accordingly.

I live fairly close to McChord AFB in Washington State. The TCM VOR is out
of service. I did however tune the Localizer with a makeshift antenna on my
kitchen table and got the proper indication for where my house is in
relationship to the runway.

So I offer it for sale as-is with the assurance that the indicator lights
up--all digit segments work, the timer functions work and it shows the
appropriate indications when a localizer is tuned. The receiver did pick up
the localizer about 5 miles off the end of the runway.

I want $275.00 plus shipping



N2273H at Hotmail dot com


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