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    B727 Real Parts For Sale

    I see some new folks are planning to build a B727 simulator. Well, I have some parts that might help in your project. These parts are from the 727 cockpit I got to convert to a B737. I do not need the parts and the funds will go towards my project.

    Here is the list of items:

    1. 2ea Quick Don Oxygen Mask with air hoses attached, plus some extra air tubing=Attentively Sold
    2. Asytray/cup holder panel and mount; this also has mic and air hose inputs=$55
    3. 2ea Rate of Climb Indicator Gauges for B707/727 by Aerosonic boeing part#10-60755-22=$100 for both
    4. 2es Headset and Mic input with port for Oxy Mask and mount panel=1 left for $25.00, the other is Attentively Sold
    5. Fuse panel for Second Officers Station-Panel & INST Lighting=Sold
    6. Left and Right Side Mount Panels and Oxygen Shut Off Vale and Mount=$40 for all three pieces
    7. Upper Left Headset and Mic Inputs (for Jump Seat Passenger)=$10
    8. 1 United Airlines Blue Smoke Mask=$10
    9. Reading Light Control Knob Unit with Air Vent and air hose on Panel Mount, this also has Headset and Mic Inputs=$50

    Total for all is $400

    However, I will take $less, plus shipping cost. The prices I have for these are what on-line salvage parts companys are listing them for, but I'm no company so I can take less and pass savings onto you.

    Note: these parts are non-servicable parts and are not useable for actual flying aircraft

    Thank you,

    John

    Here are some of the photos:

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    Please I want fist dibs on the Oxygen masks

    Pm being sent.

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    Smile B727 Parts

    Trev, sent you some PM's.

    For everyone else, all the other items (minus Oxygen mask) will cost the price as marked individually. If someone wants to purchase it all (the remaining items) at once, send me a PM.

    John

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    I'll take the breaker panel, check you PM.
    IF it's not Boeing I ain't going!!!!!!

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    Breaker

    Phil,

    I'll sell the breaker to you, but I did not get your PM. Can you resend it with your mailing address and I can then tell you the shipping cost which should not be that much.

    Paypal payment will be fine and I can ship it as soon as Monday, if I recieve your pymt. Just let me know...

    For everyone else, the other remaining items are still for sale for one price, but now lower then $300... Or, you can buy whichever part you need indivdually.

    This stuff will go quickly.

    Thanks,

    John

    PS. Check the photos and as soon as the classifieds ad is approved there will be more photos there.

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    Hi John,
    Check your PM.
    IF it's not Boeing I ain't going!!!!!!

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    Replied to you PM

    Phil I got PM's check for reply.

    John

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    Can you post a close-up of this panel with a tape next to it for the height. I have to know it will fit where it goes.

    4. 2es Headset and Mic input with port for Oxy Mask and mount panel=$50 for both


    Thanks!

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    Close Up of Mic Panels

    Michael,

    Here is the photo (attachment) without measure tape, but I measured it for you.

    Height is 2 3/8 inches or 57mm, Length is 7 3/4 inches or 196mm, Width is 5 1/16 inches or 130mm.

    Just let me know if you want them and if so, send me your address and I can give you approximate shipping cost.

    Thanks,

    John

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