Standard Horizon Cmp23b Ram Mic, Remote Vhf Mic on 2040-parts.com
Stuart, Florida, United States
Country/Region of Manufacture:Unknown
Manufacturer Part Number:CMP23b
This is a CMP23b RAM MIC for the Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF radio. We always carried two of these, this one as a spare. This unit has been sent into Standard Horizon repair for a new cable, That is why this cable is white, it is new. When left in the sun, the cables always degrade. So, if you are using a Standard Horizon CMP23 Ram Mic, this is a good spare.
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Tue, 03 Jan 2012
Whether you're just starting out in car design, or if you're looking to brush up on your presentation techniques, How to Draw Cars Now! Analog vs Digital Drawing Techniques by Arvind Ramkrishna is a new resource that aims to improve your skills. Not to be confused with the I Draw Cars Sketchbook, Ramkrishna's offers two DVDs, a 20-page reference book as well as three Ebooks that cover all the basics of automotive illustration from basic sketching techniques through to full-blown digital painting with all steps in between.
Mon, 13 Jul 2009
Italy’s Scuola Politecnica di Design has announced a seven-day workshop with former BMW Group design boss Chris Bangle at its campus in Milan. Themed ‘Future Personal Emotional Mobility’ and scheduled to run from 18 to 24 September 2009, the workshop invites design degree graduates and experienced car designers to take part in a project to create a new breed of sustainable shared transportation for the year 2050. Based on the concept that the mass migration of people from the countryside to cities will in the future create even more social, economic and ecological differences between population zones, this event will see attendees work closely with Bangle towards designing systems that engage on an emotional as well as an economic level, satisfying the personal transportation needs – and desires – of a disparate global population while minimising impact on the environment.
Fri, 09 Oct 2009
The Mazda2 from Thailand - featuring a Mazda3 style nose
Does this new nose – which follows the theme of the very good Mazda3 – forecast an update for the Mazda2 in the rest of the world that hasn’t happened yet? It seems more than likely. It would be very odd for Mazda to produce the Mazda2 in Thailand with a nose that matches the Mazda3, and then leave it alone for the rest of the world.