Vintage Antique Airguide Marine Tachometer Marine/boat 9,000 Rpm Electric 4 Wir on 2040-parts.com
Appleton, Wisconsin, United States
Condition:For parts or not working
Cover glass:dirt underneath
Manufacturer Part Number:678
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
General:non working collectible for decor
UPC:Does Not Apply
YOU ARE BIDDING ON A VINTAGE AIRGUIDE 9,000 RPM TACHOMETER, ELECTRICALLY OPERATED- 4 WIRE. BELIEVE ITS FOR MARINE APPLICATIONS. GLASS IS ABOUT 95%, SOME LIGHT SCUFFS/SCRATCHES, CASE HAS SOME SCRATCHES AND LIGHT CORROSION/RUST. SELLING AS-IS BECAUSE I DON'T KNOW HOW TO TEST IT. 3 INCHES ACROSS, UPPER MOUNT IS 2 STRIPS OF LEATHER.
HAS A GREAT STEAM PUNK LOOK TO IT.
I AM BEING TOLD THIS IS A 6 VOLT TO GROUND UNIT- YELLOW WIRE TO + COIL ?, BROWN TO NEGATIVE COIL. RED TO BATTERY , BLACK GROUND.
IF YOU HAVE ?? OR HAVE THINGS YOU WOULD LIKE ME TO TEST, PLEASE ASK BEFORE BIDDING.
SOLD AS-IS NO WARRANTY- NO RETURNS
MUST PAY WITHIN 7 DAYS OF AUCTIONS END.
THANKS FOR LOOKING! AND SEE MY OTHER ITEMS TOO!
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