Bendix Ignition Switch, Pn 10-357200-12, Pn C292501-0101, Cessna 172, 177 on 2040-parts.com
Plymouth, Indiana, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:10-357200-12
Country//Region of Manufacture:United States
I am offering a Bendix Ignition Switch, PN 10-357200-12, PN C292501-0101. Manufactured for Cessna, this switch was used in the Cessna 172 and the Cessna 177. It has a spring loaded start switch, 2 keys and is very clean. As with everything I sell, you may return it for a full refund for any or no reason. USPS Priority Mail, $6.10. CMR
For anyone who has followed MjonesR over the years, we have offered up a variety used vintage aircraft parts and replica parts for the Piper and Aeronca Aircraft. Until recently, I offered my parts from the US territory of Guam. I still live on Guam, I still chase parts and manufacture throughout the Philippines, but my little sister has joined me in offering my parts from my home state of Indiana. You will find her a fine person and a good business woman. As our mom taught us early in business, "Money back guarantee for any reason".
I have for some time, duplicated the hard to find and expensive parts for vintage Aeronca and Piper Aircraft. Partly, because Im outraged at the prices for replacement parts, and partly because many of these parts just arent available.
I'm always willing to entertain ideas on needed items. My passion is aviation, but these processes lend themselves to automotive and marine activity as well, Don't hesitate to drop me a note with your thoughts and or criticism.
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