Posts Tagged ‘nav com’

KX 155 – 12v, tray and glideslope

Friday, June 30th, 2017

Just in, and we don’t get many of these and they go fast:

Bendix/King KX 155 Nav/Com – one 760 Channel and one 720 channel, both with glide slope, both 12 volt, both with tray


Late-model King avionics just in and for sale

Wednesday, October 16th, 2013

The 172 SP we’re in the process of parting out came with some nice avionics: Two KX 155A, a KT 76C

TKM radio and Narco transponder

Thursday, June 21st, 2012

Per our previous: TKM slide-in replacement for a KX 170, and a Narco AT-150 transponder, which is a slide in replacement for a … Narco AT transponder.

Really can’t think of anything else to say here.

Radio City

Thursday, May 10th, 2012

The Cessna 337 we just got in has a nice panel, including two KX-155 nav/coms, a KLN 90B GPS, and a Garmin GTX 320A transponder

These can be sold with or without trays and connectors, with our without accompanying indicators, in fact we’re just pretty much open to suggestions here. Call, Alex or Tim can work with you on this for your project.

KX 155

Thursday, April 19th, 2012

We just got a King KX 155 Nav/Com in, 14v, glideslope. This will be sold with tray and connectors.

The face plate’s not the best so we’re coming off our usual price: $1,495

Narco MK 12D nav/com, Cessna slide-in replacement

Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

We just pulled this out of a Cessna 150; the owner had used to replace (obviously) the ARC 300 -series radio which had been in the aircraft.

$950; we’re not inclined to deal on this unless you’re buying some additional stuff. Hurry up if you’re thinking about it, as we’ll get this advertised more widely as soon as we quit eating Christmas snacks long enough to do the typing required.

Call Alex or Tim.















Garmin? Garmin!

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

Lookin’ to update the ol’ airplane with some new avionics? Thinking Garmin? Looking for a deal? Check it out:

Garmin GMA 340 Audio Panel

Garmin SL30 VHF Nav/Com

1967 Cessna 150G, just in

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

This one’s just in, as in today, a pretty rough shape machine but good parts. The Continental O 200 engine has a prop strike as it was windmilling during the off-airport landing. Narco MK 12D radio.

Other odd parts: Call as it’ll be late next week at the earliest before we’re able to really dig into this one.

Narco MK 12D replacement nav/com radio

Tuesday, May 4th, 2010

We have two of them in stock: One is a replacement for a Cessna RT 300 series Nav/Com radio, the other replaces the older Narco MK 12 radio. Both as-removed, presumed serviceable.

(As an aside, my first airplane ride was in Narco’s Cessna 172.)

Update: The Cessna-adapted one’s been sold