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    More Boeing 757-767 Parts

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Boein...item35a7d0d89b

    This one looks like a possible deal....a data link control.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Boein...item35a8e920de

    The above could be used to help restore the ridiculously overpriced 767 throttle quadrant on E-Bay listed for $3200 (I guess it's overpriced to me as I paid $2000 for my MD-80 throttle quadrant with around 200 lbs of OTHER parts thrown in as well).
    Jon

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    Re: More Boeing 757-767 Parts

    Actually $3200 is a very good price for that piece IMO! They are not that easy or common to get...!

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    Roberto

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    Re: More Boeing 757-767 Parts

    Could be....I think I'm still used to my MD-80 pricing...or even cheaper yet, a DC-9. Nobody wants these parts, so I've managed to accumulate over half of my cockpit setup for the cost of that throttle quadrant, which is still missing a LOT of parts from it that I cannot imagine would be easy to replace.

    In comparison, I received 400 lbs worth of parts from Kingman Aviation for $2500 shipped to my door. This includes not only the throttle quadrant, but the landing gear, some speakers, the floor, the seat rails, the tiller wheel assembly, the rudder pedal guides and covers, the steering column surrounds, the trash cans, the observer footrest assemblies, and a few other odds and ends. For the remaining $700, I have everything for the pedestal assemblies except for the CDU.

    Hooray for the 'one off' projects!! LOL
    Jon

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