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Piper J5 - Tailfeathers - Aircraft Project - Parts - Good Condition - Lqqk on 2040-parts.com

US $325.00
Location:

Sabattus, Maine, United States

Sabattus, Maine, United States
PIPER  J5 - TAILFEATHERS - AIRCRAFT  PROJECT -  PARTS - GOOD CONDITION - LQQK, US $325.00, image 1
Condition:Used

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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