Flightcomm Iisx 2 Or 4 Place Intercom With Sr-4 And Ptt Gold on 2040-parts.com
Morehead City, North Carolina, United States
This is a Flightcom IISX complete with the SR-4 Expansion Module (to make it a 4 place intercom), connecting cable, Power connector for cigar lighter, Co-pilot plug adapter, and a PTT Gold Push-To-Talk switch. These items were working when removed in November for an avionics upgrade. There is no battery door cover as the unit was mounted on "slip-on" mounting bolts. As can be seen in the photo, there are rust stains on the nuts that hold the headphone jacks (I have not attempted to clean) and 2 of the nuts (one on the IISX and one on the SR-4 are missing (in the years I used it I had never noticed them missing but as I studied it for listiing I did). There are scratches on the back of the IISX.
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