Aeronca Yoke Medallions (2) Vintage Aircraft Control Ct on 2040-parts.com
Veradale, Washington, US
You are viewing a set of two (2) Yoke Medallions for a vintage Aeronca Aircraft. These are an EXACT replica made by Nostalgic Reflections of Veradale, Washington who makes custom "one off" parts for their customers who own and restore antique vehicles. These parts have been acid etched in brass, dome stamped, color enamel back filled and chrome platted. The mounting holes have been put in the right place and these parts fit perfectly! They come in either red/black or brown/beige is SOLD OUT.
Insured shipping and handling in the USA is $6.00 and International is $14.00
NOTE: BEFORE MOUNTING THIS ON YOUR VINTAGE AIRPLANE, PLEASE REVIEW FAA RULE 14 CFR 45.13
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