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    Airbus Several Real Parts and remakes FOR SALE!

    Up for sale some 747-400 real Panels as well as a 727 Autopilot Panel for sale although it does not have the Metal Frame that when 5v applied it lits up but the panel can be backlit...
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    Boeing 747-400 EFIS PANEL Complete with Metal Backing plate very rare and avery hard to find in excellent condition tested and it does lit up... Asking Price $40 SOLD!!!

    Next Panel is a Boeing 747-400 WX Radar Panel also used on the 767, 777 and other type of Boeing´s available panel lits up when 5v applied asking price $20 SOLD!!!

    Also for sale a 767 ILS panel normally located on the Pedestal this one is a reproduction from a Procedure trainer it is not backlit but very well engraved and no Scratches might has all openings for switches!! Asking price $10 SOLD!!

    Also for sale a Boeing 727 Autopilot panel pics on request cause this thing won´t allow me to post more asking price $15...

    Shipping will be around $5 per panel of course you buy more will combine shipping costs please include 4% paypal fees if paying with Paypal!! Thanks for looking!! Send me a PM or mail me to viro_online@hotmail.com

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    Roberto
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    Airbus

    727 Autopilot panel still available!!

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    Roberto

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    Got a pic? There are allot of different variations with those.
    Thanks,
    Rob

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    Airbus

    Here ya go the 727 Autopilot panel!

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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Michael Carter's Avatar
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    That's the MB-V model.

    That one worked with the PDS and actually had altitude capture.
    Boeing Skunk Works
    Remember...140, 250, and REALLY FAST!

    We don't need no stinkin' ETOPS!



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    That stinks! Wrong style for what i have.
    Thanks for the pic!

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