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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Wed, 27 Mar 2013
Jaguar has plumbed its most potent supercharged V8 engine into the XJ, to create the new range-topping XJR. Making its debut at the New York motor show on 27 March 2013, the new model is the fastest Jag limo ever to wear the XJR badge. Jaguar's 2013 XJR: the details
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Tue, 31 Dec 2013
Perhaps it's not as impressive as John Hennessey's recent 200mph blast down Houston's new Grand Parkway in a warmed-up Stingray, but we figured we'd show you his latest run down the same road in a Chevrolet SS equipped with his company's HPE600 Supercharged package. Thanks to GM's engineers, the four-door hits its top speed of 163 in 5th, rather than 6th, but what impressed us the most was watching the numbers climb on the VBOX — the car pulls John-Bonham-hard all the way up to its top speed. Hennessey hasn't released details of the mods performed on the SS yet, but we're anxious to see what this anodyne-looking monster will do on the top end once the gearing nag's sent off to the glue factory.
Tue, 07 Jan 2014
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