Big boat radar, serious equipment for sale, best offer. Raytheon R1206XX radar and Raychart 600RT. All components never installed, still in original boxes as shipped, stored in my workshop. Includes M92562 display unit, M92563 pedestal unit, and M9265 six ft. open array antenna, with manuals, connectors, parts. Email for photos and details if interested.

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OSCAR AGUAYO said:

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What year?

I'm highly interested if the price is right, but I really have to ask because that's old equipment, circa late 90's, have you actually verified that the radar works properly? If it's tested working give me a call (904) 389-6202.

highly interested if the price is right? Listed as best offer

Verified that radar works properly? All components new never installed, still in original boxes as shipped

If it's tested working give me a call? Again, all components new never installed, still in original boxes as shipped. I'm not going to waste my time to unpack and wire up and test.

Due to lack of interest, am giving to a local guy with an older Hatteras
 
Chris Wickersham said:

I'm highly interested if the price is right, but I really have to ask because that's old equipment, circa late 90's, have you actually verified that the radar works properly? If it's tested working give me a call (904) 389-6202.
I didn't mean to offend you, I just don't think it's an unreasonable question to ask when you're talking about electronics that are 20 years old whether somebody has checked to see does it actually work.

If you feel that taking it out of the box and plugging it in is a "waste of your time", then just imagine how I'd feel if I bought it and it didn't work when it showed up.

So is the radar spoken for then?  I have a '72 that doesn't have any.  I am in Southeast Michigan, but my boat is located in South Haven.

Still in my shop
This is big stuff probably too big for a 42 - 6 foot open array antenna requires a hardtop not face of bridge; 12" display unit is large and heavy.

I didn't realize it was 6 foot!!!  WOW, thanks.

bill thomas said:

Still in my shop
This is big stuff probably too big for a 42 - 6 foot open array antenna requires a hardtop not face of bridge; 12" display unit is large and heavy.

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