Collins Vhf-20a Transceiver Unit P/n 622-1879-002 on 2040-parts.com
Houston, Texas, United States
Condition:For parts or not workingBrand:COLLINSCountry/Region of Manufacture:United StatesManufacturer Part Number:622-1879-002UPC:Does not apply
COLLINS VHF-20A TRANSCEIVER UNIT P/N 622-1879-002.
UNIT COMES AS IT APPEARS ON THE LISTING PHOTOS WITH NO ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES INCLUDED.
UNFORTUNATELY IT IS MISSING T16 VDC THEREFORE IT'S BEING SOLD FOR PARTS OR REPAIR.
THE TRANSCEIVER HAS SOME SIGNS OF COSMETIC WEAR LIKE SCRATCHES, MARKS OR SCUFFS.
HANDLE IS LOOSE AS SHOWN ON PICTURES.
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On Mar-10-15 at 18:02:58 PDT, seller added the following information:
Ken Block – who became a YouTube sensation with his gymkhana stunt series ¬– has ended months of speculation by confirming he’ll compete in the 2010 World Rally Championship – switching his Subaru Impreza for a Ford Focus, while he'll also rally a Fiesta in the US. The Monster energy drink-backed deal will form a key part of Ford’s plan to market its hatches in America, and follows last year’s Pikes Peak Fiesta. It’s a tentative start for Block, who’ll be competing in select rounds of the WRC championship – Mexico is believed to be the first – to hone his skills.
A perception that young people are less and less attracted to motorbikes provides the theme for the first Intermot-IVM Design Award competition. The Motorcycle Industry Association of Germany (IVM e.V.) and the Trade Fair Munich/Intermot have decided to intensively take care of their young clients with several activities this year. As young people are no longer inspired by superb technology alone, but are impressed more and more visually, it is only logical to place a greater emphasis on the design of the bike in winning over young customers.
By Jonny Smith
25 October 2007 11:50
Green windows - it must be good for the trees…
Even by Toyota concept standards the RiN is a little weird. The RiN is definitely one for Sting, as it's focused purely on healthy living and increased comfort. The door was designed to slide open like a Japanese teahouse and the green glass reduces UV and Infrared light.