Ps Engineering Aerocom Ii 2-place Intercom W/ Music And Ptt New No Reserve on 2040-parts.com
Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Brand:PS ENGINEERING AEROCOM II
THIS IS A NEW, NEVER USED ( DOES NOT INCLUDE BOX ) PS ENGINEERING AEROCOM II 2-PLACE INTERCOM COMPLETE WITH PTT SWITCH, MUSIC INPUT, 110V WALL CHARGER ( MUST HAVE A BUILT IN INTERNAL BATTERY ? ) AND 12V PLUG-IN.
I PURCHASED A NEW PARTIALLY FINISHED CHALLENGER II LIGHT SPORT AIRPLANE AND THIS WAS INCLUDED. IT IS IN VERY NICE SHAPE AND READY TO PUT TO USE ( I TESTED IT IN A CESSNA 182 USING THE 12V POWER SOURCE AND IT WORKED PERFECTLY
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