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This is the "windsock" at St. Maries Idaho (S72):
$1,295 ($9,325 in today's money), 7.0 pounds, two units.
You were one of the cool kids and got deluxe handling from ATC. You didn’t hear, “Bugsmasher 123, for radar identification turn left...
Possibly a UAT-1? That was the only transponder Narco sold in 1968. 7.6 pounds, $1,975 -- roughly $14,000 in today's money.
There's one in the map pocket in my airplane. I use it on almost every long trip.
In 1971 the code "7500" didn't mean what it does today ... but this is still funny. $399 in 1971, by the way, would be about $2,470...
Distance rings and labels seem to be working normally on my iPhone 6 with iOS 12. I haven't updated the Mini 4 yet, pending the...
Cycles. As in cycles per second. As in kilocycles or megacycles. As in not Hertz.
From a 1968 aviation magazine:
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1965 list price $2,400 -- equivalent to $19,000 in today's money.
1990, KAPV, Apple Valley CA:
They weren't in any hurry to fix it. Four years later: