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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Sat, 30 May 2009
The Audi R8 Spyder - at least in V8 form - will debut at Frankfurt in September
Audi has admitted that it has been playing a waiting game with the R8. The original V8 Audi R8 was hardly on the roads before speculation started that there would be a more powerful, V10 version. Well, as we know, the Audi R8 V10 arrived at the Detroit Motor Show this year, and is now starting to find its way in to the wild.
Fri, 09 Aug 2013
When can you ever call a £195,000 classic Formula One car a bargain? When it was driven by the most successful F1 driver ever, Michael Schumacher. This Benetton-Ford B191 was due to go up for auction with Coys this Saturday 10 August at the Nurburgring, but the car has now been sold ahead of going under the hammer for just £195,000.
Tue, 14 Oct 2008
By Chris Chilton (photos by Radovan Varicak)
First Official Pictures
14 October 2008 09:33
These are our first pictures inside the Lamborghini Estoque's cabin – and they show what drivers might expect in the cabin of a Lambo saloon in three years’ time if this Paris motor show concept gets the green light. Swathed in cream leather, the Estoque’s interior is dominated by a huge transmission tunnel that divides the cockpit into four individual zones, each with its own bucket seat. There’s a razor-sharp, angular theme at work in the cabin: even the column stalks are hexagonal.