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Just upgraded my C-182 to a GTN 750 and all the other goodies, 2 G5s Garmin 500 Autopilot etc. (24 V)

I now have two Nav Coms, one Non-Glideslope VOR Indicator, an audio panel w /marker beacon receiver, transponder and encoder, autopilot parts, artificial horizon, DG and vacuum pump. Can anyone recommend an avionics shop that might take this stuff it and give some credit toward some other avionics equipment I want to buy, or should I just part it out and offer all the parts for sale on eBay?

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Best use of older equipment is a buyer who can slide in your working radio to replace his that has failed. Radios of this vintage are in a “swap, don’t fix” status now.

Avionics shops want to sell and install new equipment. Buyers don’t want to pay $$$ to wire in old radios. But sliding in your radio as a swap to a broken, identical model makes sense.

I’d say list here on BT with a deadline and after that go eBay. Hopefully a buyer will find you.


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Thanks for the input, makes sense. In the past I was able to get an avionics shop to give me a brand new ICOM Handheld for a few radios I had removed from a prior 182. They wanted them for the parts mostly.

I am trying to help my neighbor who is buying a 57 Cessna 172 and needs to upgrade his Transponder to a 50A or 150, since it would fit right into the 50 tray and it needs a Tail Beacon or Sky Beacon ADSb out.

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With so many retros occurring, the pulled equip is worth just above garbage can value. In your pic, I don’t see much value. Post it up and take what anyone will pay.


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I’ve always wanted to wire an ADF into a golf cart to listen to AM talk radio.


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I’d be willing to do it. We’re dealers for all of the usual suspects. Shoot me a DM with what you’re looking for.


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Best to donate it to an EAA chapter , or a aviation school , the effort to sell that equipment , may far exceed the reward.... Just a little friendly advise , from a guy in the avionics trade....

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Lots of good advice here. You probably could put that photo and a list with prices here on BT and see what sells. I'm not sure if you are selling the DME but that has some non-zero value. I would think that the instruments would as well, radios/audio panel/transponder will be interesting only for others wanting a slide-in replacement for identical hardware that has failed.

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...should I just part it out and offer all the parts for sale on eBay?

Put it here first then eBay :)

Donating whatever does not sell to an aviation charity and presumably taking the write-off was also a creative suggestion.


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I would love to have the two radios. I have them in my aircraft and could use them immediately.


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Are the displays working properly?


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Take good close up pictures with the units powered up in operating mode.

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Everything was in working order when it was removed, except for the last digit on the no, 2 nav. Worked fine, just had to monitor the local VOR and then click from there to get to the right final frequency. Haven't opened it to replace the LED. Since they all are out of the plane, not easy to power them up for new pictures. The DME has been repositioned in the 182 for additional back up, so that is not available. I am also putting the old intercom to use in another plane.

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The Radio's are now spoken for .........

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Most all of this is sellable by you on these sights as long as you don't ask too much. Shop most likely will not want or give you much. I'd suggest just getting them all back and selling after your upgrade.

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