Piper J5 - Tailfeathers - Aircraft Project - Parts - Good Condition - Lqqk on 2040-parts.com
Sabattus, Maine, United States
PIPER ..J5 Tail feathers .. ..there are 6 pieces here .. one rudder ..that needs nothing ... two stabilizers...with ceconite 101...just a little dirty ...they were recovered several years ago .. a good wash with MEK and put on the dope ... Three elevators .. one recovered and two that need to be cleaned and primed ... 6 nice parts ... selling as a lot..cheap ..Have been told by a Piper guy that the elevator with the trim tab is from a J-4 ... This is a RARE piece ..worth more than all pieces combined ... THIS IS A DEAL ... .Don't need these parts ...I am a Stearman guy ... Any questions call me .. Pete at 207-375-4206 ... Please ...U.S. ONLY ...forget the shipping calculator ... will depend on final location ...
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Mon, 17 May 2010
Strate College in Paris, France, has been working on a Peugeot-sponsored project for the past few months. The project asks 30 students who have been divided into 10 groups to create the exterior design, an interior design, any related products (including accessories or new services, for example) and color and trim details for the premium Peugeot for the year 2030
Though there are no constraints on the technical package, the brief stipulates that the teams must create a scenario that illustrates global change, and design a vehicle that fits into this future environment. Designers from Peugeot have been very active in the process, guiding students in weekly critiques and assisting them with specific knowledge in key areas of expertise.
Wed, 02 Mar 2011
Hyundai i40 Estate debuts in production-ready guise at Geneva
The Hyundai i40 has been cropping up all over the world in the last year as a very credible contender in the D-Segment. And now – better late than never – Europe gets its own Hyundai i40. The i40 on show at Geneva this week is the one designed for Europe at Hyundai’s European Design Studios in Germany.
Sun, 10 Feb 2013
Cadillac will debut the redesigned CTS sedan at the New York auto show in late March and put the car on sale this fall. The redesigned Escalade SUV is set to arrive in early 2014. The brand is targeting a retail sales jump of about 35 percent this year, General Motors executives told dealers Sunday at the National Automobile Dealers Association convention in Orlando, Fla.