Does the Garmin 67LM exchange NMEA0183 data via an RS-232 serial port? If the answer is "no", then the answer to your question is "no". There are only a few mapping GPS receivers available with serial ports.
If you would tell what your ultimate goal is, we can help steer you to the correct equipment.
APRS: Automatic Packet Reporting System If you are a Licensed ham you can use a few different radio's and output the mapping to a monitor. I have 2 Kenwood 710G's but i have not tried to output either of them to a monitor. It makes for a good research project. I guess Google may be a friend in this respect.
Displaying APRS position reports on a Windows laptop or tablet is a relatively easy task that many of us use. It takes a Kenwood TM-D710 and, let's say, an older Microsoft Surface Pro 3 (maybe $500 or less on the used market) and the APRSISCE/32 or PinPoint APRS software and a cable to connect the radio and the computer. Another radio to consider would be a Kenwood TH-D72 handheld.
I do not know if the Anytone radio you have can send APRS position reports to an outside device over a serial port.