Airline Pilot's Historical Society

RARE AND/OR HARD TO FIND ITEMS FOR SALE

Please note: Control wheels for sale are the actual items being offered.
Representative sample pictures are often posted for smaller parts that come and go quickly.
If in doubt, please ask.

(new items added at the end of this list)

pressure differential
Cockpit cabin differential pressure gauge
$65

crash axe
Hard to get, cockpit crash axe.
This one is a sample. Most of the holders show more wear but are still pretty nice.
If you have the energy, you can remove the paint and it will polish beautifully.
Every pick-up truck in America needs one.
(Americans will know what i mean).
$50

floodlight
Cargo jet floodlight. Grimes, 28V, but with installation of alligator clips, will provide great light on 12V
(Sells new for $980!!)
$95

emergency transceiver
Emergency transceiver. Liquid activated [ANY liquid], will operate up to 15 hours on a charge, then can be re-activated.
Transmits and receives, 121.5, 123.1. Nothing better for your plane, boat, car, or even hiking remote areas where your cell-phone won't work
$150

mast
737 fuel drain shroud mast.
If you see fuel leaking from this thing on the pre-flight, go to lunch, you're done for the day
$25

msu
747 INS MSU. Three needed per cockpit, overhead panel. Hard to find!!
$75

flashlight
EMERGENCY flashlight; airline cabin. For use by crew in an emergency
$45

megaphone
AIRLINE MEGAPHONE...used by flight attendants to scream at passengers.
Such things as, "FOOD? You want FOOD??!! HAH!!!" Uses 8 million AA batteries, and is very loud
$35

megaphone
AIRLINE MEGAPHONE, used by flight attendants to say things suchs as...
"...and kiss your ass goodbye." Has volume control for those of you that can't control your volume
$50

rope
727/737 cockpit escape rope.
(Instructions for use: Captain hands rope to F/O, and says, "Open your window and jump"...
Must be on ground, not in flight...if the F/O doesn't break both legs, the captain will then follow)
$20

switch
L-1011 rudder pedal steering switch
$15

vibration
747 vibration panel, less indicator, for S/O panel
$15

wire
707, 727, 737, 747 and probably other Boeing jets:
Control wheel wire loom. All of the internal wiring for a typical Boeing wheel,
to connect trim switch, mic, a/p rel. switch, and trip # reminder. Includes correct bus block as shown
$50

audio
MD-80 audio selector panel
$40

photo
Nice set of cockpit photo cells.
Found in virtually all airline cockpits, to auto-dim certain panel lights
$20

true airspeed
TRUE AIRSPEED indicator, overhauled, like new, about 2 1/4", fits standard square panel hole
$50

fan

fan
INSTRUMENT cooling fan, 28v.
Removed from GLASS cockpit. Located below EFIS screens in main panel for cooling.
A very necessary, and very rare item.
$15 each.

light
COCKPIT goose neck light.
Red/white, built in rheostat, 28V at the moment, swap bulb for 14V
$35

airspeed
727 airspeed indicators, EXCELLENT condition
$225 for the pair

airspeed
DC-9 airspeed indicators, EXCELLENT condition
$200 for the pair

switch
Cockpit gang bar switches.
2 toggles with connector, and hard to find black switch guards
$35

clamps
Cockpit instrument mounting clamps.
$4 each for 2 inch size.
$6 for 3".
$8-12 for various 5 inch.
Screws included.

switch
Cockpit flush mounted switch. Hard to find, VERY expensive.
Mounts from rear for flush installation like the alternate static source switch, which this is
$35

gear
Boeing control wheel mounting gear
$25

switch
Airline cockpit mic cord clip.
Keeps the cord from getting tangled up in your crew meal...actually, if given the choice, eat the cord
$1 each

lights
COCKPIT peanut lights.
We don't know the voltage, likely 5v as is most lighting, but could be 28v
$3 each

switches
PADDLE switches, with plastic paddles
$8 each

fuse
DC-8/9 fuse holders
$3 each

switch
BOEING 727/737 control wheel auto-pilot release switch with bezel.
This is an actual, correct switch. VERY rare and VERY expensive, (about $600) if you try and buy one elsewhere...
$75

pbe
PBE...cockpit emergency breathing hood.In case of smoke, pull over head, oxygen flows for about 15 min.
Caution: only one head allowed inside at a time, do not eat onions first.
$50
USA shipping only due to 02 bottle

SAI
STANDBY attitude indicator for virtually any airline cockpit.
OVERHAULED and tagged, worth well over $4000...
$750

737 start valve arming switch
$25

AIRBUS locking toggle switch:
Locks left, spring loaded up and down, off in center
$20

737 oscillating and fixed light switch for overhead panel.
Correct switch, not a generic substitute
$20

727/737 passenger address volume indicator for overhead panel.
VERY hard to find!!!
$65

MINI toggle switches...little guys...set of 5
$20

DC-9/MD-80 battery switch.
Big, hefty, actual, correct switch, not a substitute. Exceedingly rare!
$85

BOEING lighting transformer.
This one is found inside of throttle quadrant next to lighting rheostat, but same as others in cockpit
$35

727/737 throttle quadrant lighting rheostat.
Correct part, not a generic substitute
$50

727/737 stabilizer trim cutout switches, with cables and cannon plugs.
Extremely rare, but a must if you are building a quad
$75

727 electrical fault annunciator panel
$75

727/737 HSI...new lower price
$250

727 door annunciator panel for S/O station
$65

Radio Altimeter.
Found in virtually every airline type, hard to find, expensive out in the world.
$85

737 CSD panel, very hard to find.
$195 as shown.
$295 with 2 CSD temp. indicators which are worth over $300 each

BOEING gear handle...707,727,737...RARE!!!
We only have a few left with no more in sight.
$350

DC-9/MD-80 fuel totalizer with extremely rare GW bezel
$95

MD-80 airspeed control module...rare
$95

BOEING glass cockpit displays.
Used on 727-100 glass, probably others.
ADI with spirit level, $200 (left)
HSI without, $180 (right)

Picture this...you are gnawing away at the lone peanut just served to you by your oh so friendly,
flight attendant, crammed into coach like a blonde boy in a prison shower. Yet, it is well worth the agony, you are FLYING,
and what could be better than that?The fact that you are a thousand miles from land in a TWO engine airplane doesn't bother you either, what are the odds?
Well, next time you prepare for your flight, be prepared with our "coach passenger ocean survival kit".
(First class gets the raft). It contains a shark repellent dye pack, (they call it a "marker", but we all know what it really is),
a raft plug to loan to first class should their raft spring a leak, and a bailing bucket. (You see first class passengers don't bail.
They'll ask you to come aboard to do the work, then back into the drink you go).
$10 and worth every penny.

100 OHM resistor, airline.
$15

GLO-BULBS.
Found in 727's and others, for external power "connected" indication.
$10

727/737 emergency exit light selector for overhead panel.
Correct switch, not a generic substitute.
$25

727/737 instrument light selector switch for overhead panel. Correct switch.
$25

737 GPWS panel module.
$85

AIRLINE life vest.
Your choice of shape..bread loaf or road kill.
$15

AIRLINE FLIGHT CREW LIFE VEST...crew use only.
$20

727/737 taxi light switch for flush mount applications. Correct switch.
Mounts from the rear, (I beg your pardon?), so that it is flush with front of pane.l
$20

DC-8, DC-9/MD-80 rudder pedals set of FOUR (4), new powder coat, beautiful.
$200

COMPASS controller, found in many airline types.
$45

747/DC-10/L-1011 AFCS for main panel, very hard to find.
$85

747/DC-10/L-1011 instrument comparator for main panel, very hard to find.
$85

LOCKING toggle switches.
$10 each

HEAVY duty 727/737 (and others) boost pump switches, nearly new
$15 each

737 flight recorder test panel
$20

BRAZILIAN airport directory from our 737...in Portuguese.
$15

737 leading edge flap and slat annunciator.
Hard to find, expensive. Good condition, just needs cleaning
$115
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From our good friend Udo Zander.

RUSSIAN RMI, with paperwork
$50

727-100, 707 cockpit speaker switch box for ceiling above each pilot
$20

DC-9/MD-80 altitude alert speaker
$20

BOEING cockpit window sun shades
$10 each for big ones and mediums.
$8 for the small ones.

LOCKHEED L-1011 hub cap.
Extremely rare collector's item...fresh powder coat, beautiful
$65

727-200/737 barometric pressure setting module.
Integral part of the newer electric pressurization controller.
$55

Boeing trip number reminder
$25

Boeing alternate static switch and guard...correct assembly
$35

727 control position indicator.
Optional type display from early 727-100
$45

L-1011 flap indicator for main panel.
Try and find one of these for any price. Very rare, very expensive
$125

OXYGEN regulator found in many airline types.
Real Nice.
$45

727 leading edge device annunciator panel
$50

727/737 approach progress display module
$55

Generic main panel indicator to display aircraft legality for CAT III, or CAT I
$10

727 2-inch engine indicators.
These are the newer version used on the glass 727's.
N1, N2, EGT, TGT, virtually new condition
$45 each

Small lighting rheostats
$8 each

Lighted rocker switches.
We have on/off, 2 position...
3 position, stays in each position...
or 3 position, spring loaded to center
$12 each

De Havilland Comet stick shaker for the collector that has everything
$75

VINTAGE Alitalia CO2 life vest
$35

DC-8 fuel dump crank
$10

Boeing cockpit warning box for ceiling.
Houses bells, whistles, clackers, etc...look carefully, you can see the different modules inside.
$120

727 stall warning module for -200 series aircraft
$75

NEW DC-9/MD-80 airspeed indicators...beautiful
$225 for the set

Micro switch, 2 position, on/off
$20

747, A-300 cockpit crew emergency escape handle and reel.
The way it works is at any altitude below 10,000 feet, the crew can
escape a burning cockpit simply by grabbing one of 4 handles in the cockpit ceiling,
and launching out of the crew escape door. Two rules apply:
Send the second officer first. Don't tell the passengers.
$50

NEW water fire extinguisher
$65

DC-8 autopilot command module
$150

Logo light from a 737
$10

737 NG...OIL QUANT TEST switch for main instrument panel.
Correct switch, not a generic substitute
$25

727 Auto pilot module
$125

Boeing emergency exit signs.
Your choice of wording.
Re-chargeable on ship's power, automatically comes on with loss of AC power
$45 each

Boeing RMI selector switches
$35

737 Autopilot.
If you've tried to buy one of these you know that you can't touch one for less than $2000...until now.
We have...one
$450

DC-8-62 engine nose cone from former Braniff N1803.
Last flew as Fine Air, with removal tag.
About 3 feet tall, maybe 2 feet in diameter.
It will fit on your head, and if you make jet noises, who's to know you're not the real thing?
This thing will shine like a pimple on your nose with just a bit of work.
We only have...ONE
$150

Grimes cockpit dimmable utility light, red/white.
Nearly new, and a bit more expensive than the typical grimes light we sell.
28v becomes 12v with bulb swap. Snap in base.
This is a $2800 light if you buy new from Grimes.
The absolute cheapest you can buy one of these out in the real world is $350.
$110

737 round cockpit ashtray
$15

L-1011 crew seat belt.
These are NEW, and beautifully crafted.
Exceptional quality
$50 each

747 Flight attendant station module.
Not huge, only about 12 inches, nifty collector's item
$35 each

Potentiometers...2
$15

Airline trip encoder.
Used to record each flight.
$55

Rare round RMI
$45

Toggle switch with internal circuit breaker
$15

727, 737 3-inch TAT/EPR indicator.
Just about impossible to find.
$95

Standby attitude indicator used in 737 and many other types, civil and military.
Small for installation in center instrument panel. Excellent condition.
This is a unit easily worth over $2500. Nearly impossible to find for less than $1000
$195

Boeing autopilot selection switch
$15

MINI gauges, most Boeings, many other types.
$35 each

Paddle switches, long throw, momentary, 3 position, spring loaded center
$20 each

Altitude alert with panel
$35

Small pots.
$10 each

Cockpit receptacles: The one with 6 holes is for the PA phone, the 4 holer is for a microphone.
Typical of what is found in all airline cockpits.
$15 each

737 cockpit spare bulb supply.
Mounts to sidewall near f/o's right leg, assuming of course that he/she has a leg on that side.
Full bulb suppy...very hard to find.
$50

Airline cabin light switch removed from a 737.
Nice paddle switch and from what we can tell is 3 position with a dimming function on one pole.
Used for cabin entry lights.
$20

Digital DME.
$65

727 flight recorder event panel.
If you have a 727 cockpit, you probably don't have this.
It goes on the back wall near the APU panel.
Purpose is to allow the s/o a manner in which to mark the flight
recorder foil tape should an "event" take place...such as flying into a mountain.
$35

757/767 small CB panels for your cockpit...set of 2.
$75

757 cockpit, cut at the bulkhead, or more, you pick the cut.
Cost will of course depend on how fancy the cut will be to meet your needs;
but as shown, except cut at the door line, figure about $17,500.
Before you get all excited about having your own 757, keep in mind that preparation
and shipping are very expensive, especially to an overseas destination.
We'll be happy to answer your questions, but please, only from serious buyers.
The plane belongs to an associate, so his rules must apply to any purchase.

DC-9/MD-80 speed fast/slow indicator for glareshield. Very rare.
$45

A-320 RAT module.
$95

Glass panel mounting clamps for tube displays...$10 each for the huge ones.
They typically sell for about $40-80 each.

MD-80/DC-9 RAT gauge.
Very expensive item.
We have a handful that we can sell at a decent price.
$110 each

737-300 wiper motor.
$125

737-300 digital ADF...nice.
$95

737 DC/APU module.
$350

Altitude pre-select module.
$50

Boeing cockpit ceiling speaker box.
$35

737-300 airspeed mode selector, rare.
$95

737 cockpit speaker.
$45

Early DME for 727, 737, DC-8, and others.
$35

727 wiper switch.
Correct switch with spring loaded "park" position.
$25

Shock mounts...set of 4.
$20

Airline smoke detector.
$20

Boeing cargo fire detection module.
$65

Boeing cabin window, new in factory box. 707,727,737,747.
$20

727/737 flight director mode annunciator. Very hard to find.
$95 each

737 marker selector assemblies...as shown, set of 2.
$55

3-position rocker switches from a Metroliner.
Most marked BRIGHT/OFF/DIM; 2 are blank.
$8 each

Navigation sight reduction tables used by airline navigators back when we had those on board.
A true collector's item...
$75

737 NG SPEED BRAKE annunciator for MIP.
$15

NAVION service manual; not a Xerox copy as most are, but a genuine original.
$20

727 stabilizer brake release handle.
$20

727 ground crew intercom panel.
$20

727/737 newer version emergency exit light arming switch for OH panel.
$25

Davtron Chronometer, model 811B.
This is an exception to our "no fly" rule.
This came out of a plane recently and should be fine.
Of course it has to be checked and tagged, but well worth it.
Typically these sell for $500 +/- in as removed condition and far more if tagged.
Pull up the Davtron site and see the specs and application chart.
$150

737 Glass cockpit ACARS CDU.
$95

757/767 ACARS CDU.
$95

Digital transponder...nice.
$110

MD-80 com box with expensive slider volume switches which are each worth
more than we are asking for the whole thing.
$65

Recent vintage, dual needle, brake pressure indicator.
We're told this is from an Airbus, and/or some 737'ng's., depending on airline.
Recognize it?
$95...rare.

TAS indicator...hard to find.
$95

727 temperature controllers.
727 stuff is getting to be hard to find, the planes are about all gone.
Next time you slam a "Bud Light", look at the can with reverence.
A few years ago it was taking you to see grandma.
$150 for the set.

MD-80 overhead panel rheostat module.
$95

737-cockpit plastic trim.
If you see something you need, ask and we'll give you a price.
We also have several complete sets...listed below, see pictures.

Generic TAT indicator...3 inch.
$45

Tape radio altimeter, common to many types...hard to find.
$150

Collins FD-109 ADI.
This is a $45,000 unit and that was in 1980 dollars.
5-inch beauty.
$250

Passenger service unit from an MD-80.
Virtually new, beautiful.
$125

TCAS radar...generic, used on many types.
$125

737 cabin differential indicator.
$95

Cabin temp indicator...generic.
$65

SEATBELTS...if your lap belts for your 5 point pilot seat belts are nasty, we have replacements.
Excellent condition, some nearly new, see sample photo.
Gray or black...easy to change.
See our TECH TIP # 3
$110 per set

Flight crew flex cuffs for use when passengers refuse to keep their feet off of the seats.
Includes instructions...duh...and removal tool.
These are the real thing, as used by police and also often found in cheap motels.
$25

Electric turn and bank...RC ALLEN 2 inch.
28Volt...VERY EXPENSIVE item usually selling for over $1500.
Check it out, you'll see.
This one was working when removed so should be easily re-tagged.
$350

737-400 cockpit entry light.
$45

DC-9 HSI.
Rare version, wider than high which is extremely hard to find.
Excellent condition.
$250

GPWS horn...generic.
Choice of bezel.
$20 each.

Digital flight data recorder.
$150

DC-8 cockpit map light.
$15

DC-8 3-inch flap indicator.
$40

Compass controller...$35.
We have a nearly new gray one for $45.

DC-8 oxygen mask/mic panel.
$15

We still have a bunch of old radars from the DC-6 thru the 747.
$50 each.

Altitude alert.
Newer version, about 6 inches wide, excellent condition.
$95

If you have a 727 cockpit with a second officer's panel, you probably don't have one of these....you should.
It is a standby attitude indicator battery condition monitor, which attaches to the forward edge of the s/o panel.
The SAI became required equipment after the loss of UAL 266 in LA in 1969.
The SAI had its own battery so that if all else failed you could still have attitude information for a good 30 minutes, which would have likely saved 266.
As airlines often do, in an effort to cut costs, the batteries were removed several years later, which meant the SAI would have to rely on the ship's battery.
OK brain surgeons, are you all going nuts with that logic?
What good is an SAI if the ship's BATTERY goes dead on essential [emergency] power?
Remember the "...if all else fails part"? The ship's battery carries lots of load, so the SAI was to be the savior.
Once the battery was removed, the SAI became nearly worthless...but the airlines saved money.
Not only UAL...all airlines did the same thing.
APHS Price: $50
Click here to read the Wikepedia story of 266:

DC-8 lightplates for the second officer's panel.
Virtually new condition.
All or one, send request for a price, not expensive.

DC-8 lightplates for the throttle quadrant and hyd module...ask for a price.

C-4 cockpit compass.
Easily worth twice as much.
$125

5-inch Sperry ADI's.
$250 each

Airline sextant from the days of the navigator.
Outstanding gift or collector's item from a KLM DC-8 with tags to document the removal.
For those too young to remember, the first airline jets, DC-8, 707, had navigators for over water flights.
He, and yes there were only "he's" back then, would take star shots through the dome in the cockpit ceiling.
When it was too cloudy to see the stars he would go back to his primary duty, filling the tiny hiding spots in the cockpit with dirty pictures.
$135

Cockpit voice recorder module, generic.
$110

4-inch airspeed indicator similar to those found in 727, 737, 747, 1011, DC-10...many more.
This particular type is from an MD-80.
We managed to get a decent price, so instead of the usual $1200 each, we have them for....
$350

Cockpit ashtrays...as shown.
$25

Boeing gyro switching module.
$75

HF...generic.
$75

ONS CDU.
$75

747 equipment cooling module.
$45

DC-9/MD-80 PA module.
$35

747 cargo pit fire module.
$95

DC-9/MD-80 pressure controller, nice.
$110

737 rudder pedal canoes; also used on 707, 727, 747.
Set of 2...$65...very rare.

737 rain repellant unit. You'll never find another one.
In 15 years we have had...one...this is it.
$120

737 EFI/IRS module.
$125

737 Nav/Compass module.
$125

737 control column crossover tube.
If you have to ask what this is, you don't need it.
Just about as rare as a part can be for sim builders.
Nobody on earth will pull one of these for you...except us.
Includes full set of bearings and clamps.
$695

TCAS VSI.
$90

MD-80 status test panel.
$45

737 rudder pedal canoes; also used on 707, 727, 747.
This set includes the adjacent plastic trim under the panel (4 pieces).
Set as shown...$95...very rare.

737 cabin temp control module, with expensive controllers and indicator.
$295

Shoulder harness retractor, excellent condition, easy to install, comfortable spring load.
Works with typical airline 5-point buckle.
$110

5-point seat belts used by all airlines.
$150 per seat.
(the buckle alone sells new for $650 if you were to try and buy one).

Generic, cockpit Grimes light found in most airline cockpits.
This one has a small wiring repair so you save $15, works fine.
$95

727 control position indicators.
The ones with the orange flags are from the advanced 200.
$85 each

727 pneumatic brake module.
This is an actual, correct airbrake module.
However; it is the housing only, so we added a shaft to accept the handle, which is also missing.
Make your own handle, save $125.
$50

F-4 attitude indicators.
$85 each

Attitude indicators.
$85 each

Pilatus PC-7 fuel gauges.
$30 each.

Old gyro compasses.
$20 each

737 APU switch.
3-position: center, on, spring loaded on.
$85

727 horn cutout lever.
$25

737 bus block panel from the cockpit wall.
If you are doing a compete cockpit this will fill the empty hole.
$25

Boeing map light.
Excellent condition, this is a sample.
Easy to swap bulb with auto 12v.
$95

737 lighting modules for under glareshield.
$110 set of 2

737 NG type map light.
Extremely hard to find, usually 3 times more expensive.
$110

GPWS module...generic.
$35

INS CDU.
$95

Newer type CSD temp indicator...rare.
$110

Removable emergency light.
We're not sure what this is from but appears to be a light that mounts in a ceiling panel,
but can be snapped out for walk around use.
You tell us.
$25
Smaller version...$15 each

STICK SHAKERS...we have difficult to find Boeing stick shakers.
They are always expensive, but we managed to get a good price by buying 40 at a time.
Don't delay, we sell about 1 a day so they won't last long.
$165 each

Marker lights.
$40

727/737 electric pressure controller.
Absolutely a steal. Usually sells for over $2500.
$450

Digital cockpit voice recorder.
$150

737 main panel approach designator.
Switch it from CAT 1, to CAT 2 to CAT 3 according to how that plane is equipped on that particular day.
$20

Mach indicator.
$55

Boeing instrument panel cam locks.
727/737 uses 32 per cockpit to hold the 8 panel sections in place.
These are used so you'll have to find new spring clips, but considering that these are very hard to find, well worth the effort.
Even if you don't use them as designed, they will add appearance authenticity.
Bag of 32...$32

Generic servo'd altimeters, used on many aircraft types.
$150

737 auto brake panel parts.
Lightplate, one Korry, switch with guard.
$55

British rotary switch as found in many UK cockpits; VC-10, BAC 1-11, many more.
NOS with factory wire loom...ultra-rare.
$135

737 start switches, beautiful condition.
The REAL thing, not a substitute; right off of a flying 737-300.
Set of 2$350 (includes correct knobs)

Boeing knobs...727/707.
$3 big, $2 small.

737 and others; com/selcal panel.
$95

737 NG rudder trim module for throttle quadrant.
We have never had one before because they typically sell for over $3000.
$295

EPR status/airspeed command module...RARE...this is a $3500 part.
$250

737 hydraulic shut off module...RARE.
$395.
Later version...$425

Personal locator used on airline life rafts.
Check out the manufacturers link...impressive...as well as the $2300 list price.
Survival Products Inc.
$550

747 auto pilot controller.
$110

MD-80 overhead panel rheostat module.
$95

737 wingtip strobe lights.
Set of 2, nearly new.
Check the price on line...usually $881 each.
$150

APU hour meters. These are from 737's but generic. 2 types shown.
$85 each.

MD-80 fuel flow.
Extremely expensive, usually over $600...
$125

737 cockpit outlet.
$20

6130-01-398-7322 ( BR5401-400, 01-398-7322 ) Characteristics Data:
AC-DC Converter.
Sells new for $842...removed from a nearly new 737-500.
$90 each

737 panel light ballast.
$40

737 cockpit laptop stowage bin.
We've made it into the new age.
There is now a specifically made bin to hold your laptop.
Never miss an Ebay bid, a text from your girlfriend or Youtube when flying.
My guess is that Boeing charges about $2500 for this goofy thing when you order your new 737.
$50

3 cockpit, chrome post lights.
About 1/2" in diameter, sticks out about 1 inch...not the very tiny ones, really nice.
Set of 3...
$30

737 mode annunciator.
VERY expensive item and very hard to find at any price.
$150

DC-8/9 MD-80 auto pilot mode annunciator.
$90

737 thrust reverser module.
$95

RARE, RARE, RARE!!!
737 4-inch airspeed indicator.
These usually sell for over $2000 each, used.
We have one of each type...
$450

Boeing cannon plugs, assorted...bag of 20.
$30

Wire pigtails right off of a 737.
#8 wire, airline quality.
Set as shown...$15

737 anti-ice module...nice.
$225

Boeing circuit breaker light.
$15

Landing light switches...generic, but these have been removed from a 737-400.
Used in virtually all jet cockpits.
Just about the hardest thing we have to try and find.
We recently did a worldwide search looking for these in someone's inventory...we found...4.
We paid a hefty price, but it's better than passing them by.
Nothing like REAL ones...
$125 each.

737 Overhead panel switch and doodad kit.
Contains all switches except for the landing light switches;
includes APU start switch and emergency exit light switch, light, Korrys and pots.
All switches are right out of an acft., and are correct, no substitutions.
Pricey you say? Considering that the 3 gray knobs sell new for over $100 each, we think the price is a bargain.
As shown $450....(saves $65 compared to individual prices).

MD-80 type seat shoulder harness reel with lock.
Very rare item, and if you need a locking reel this is it.
$125

727 dump panel.
$95

727 newer version anti-ice panel.
$110

737 center lightplate for overhead panel.
Usually sells for $1200.
$110

RAT indicator...3 inch...gray or black.
$25 each.

Vintage gyro compass...very large, 5 inch.
A beautiful collector's item.
$40

3 inch electric T&B...115v, 400cps, works well.
$45

707, 727, 737, 747 trim switch.
If you have tried to find one of these you know they are in short supply and expensive.
$1556 new, about $400-600 used if you can find a used one.
$250

EFIS CDU.
$195

737 annunciator.
$45

737 strobe light, about 5 inches wide.
$35

737 strobe light, about 5 inches wide.
$45

707, 727, 737 flight director mode selector.
$45

Generic radar controller.
$75

So you thought your sim was complete.
Not hardly, until you have this.
707,727,737, and many others...radar scanner.
$350

747 cockpit modules and instruments...all real nice, all dirt cheap.
Pick what you need, we'll give you a price.

Antennas (antennae)?
Take your pick, most are Boeing, some MD, VHF, transponder, etc.
Big ones $20.
Small ones $10.

Generic, airline wingtip lights, red or green.
$15 each.

Airline coffee maker, a genuine Nordscog, can you believe it?
Now you can make coffee worse than Starbucks if that is even possible.
Recipe, just as used by most airlines:
Grindings from one used motorcycle tire.
Grindings from one used motorcycle seat.
1 gallon of petroleum distillate, gasoline preferred.
Mix well.
Cook for 29 hours at 600 degrees.
Dig out with a scoop made of titanium or stronger.
Serve to passengers in first class only. Those in coach can only look on with envy.
$35 for the coffee maker, the coffee is free and so is the pot.

2 inch indicators.
707, 727, 737, 747, MD's, 1011, many more...all cheap.
Most $35-$45 each.
Shown are also some larger ones, cheap as well.

Cabin exit sign.
$15

Rubber capped locking toggles, in sets as shown.
$15 each.

Locking toggles.
$12 each.

4 micro switches.
$12

12 push switches.
$24

DC-9/MD-80 dual fuel temp.
$65

Boeing trip number reminder...costs over $1000 new.
$110

Control column clamps for virtually all Boeings.
Connects column to crossover tube.
Correct, genuine part, not a substitute....extremely rare.
$80 per set of 4.

Generic cockpit printer...this one is from a 737, but used in many types.
$50

737 door annunciator...RARE...3 types.
$165 each.

02 mask/mic module.
$25

Circuit breakers.
6 for $25.

737 stall warning test.
$110

DC-9/MD-80 selcal module.
$25

Generic compass module.
$40

Generic ADF in tasteful gray, or black for use after 6PM.
$55

Generic, later version radar mode selector.
$45

DC-9/MD-80 radar mode selector.
$40

MD-80 module.
$45

Interesting stick controller, likely used for cargo pit, container nesting, or maybe the space shuttle.
About 8 inches +/-
$15

Variable, radio volume pots as found in many airline type com boxes.
Set of 4...$60.

Bag of 40 dzus fasteners...nearly impossible to find.
$40

G meter...generic.
Found in many military and civil cockpits.
Typically sells for over $600.
$150

Generic altitude reminder.
$35

clock
Very desirable 3" mechanical Aerosonic, cockpit clock.
New low price, we bought a bunch so you benefit
$250

WAKMANN/Breitling cockpit clock.
The Wakmann, mechanical clock is among the most desired by collectors, as well as for sim use.
No-longer made, these are becoming very scarce.
Tested ok, outstanding condition.
$350
24 hour face, with UAL logo: $395

Rare Wakmann 2 inch cockpit clock.
Excellent working condition.
Used in many civil and military aircraft.
$350

Mechanical 2 inch clock used in many current military and civil aircraft.
OVERHAULED with tag...this is a $1600 clock.
$450

clock
737 pressure differential, rate of climb module.
Includes extremely expensive ROC indicator.
$225

clock
737 pitot heat module...very rare, expensive item.
$450

clock
737 fuel module.
$350

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HUD projector.
Incredibly expensive out in the world...
$1500

737 oxygen module.
$65

Airline coffee pots.
Made from special material developed by NASA to be able to withstand the toxic waste airlines disguise as coffee.
$10 each.

Evac module.
$35

737 oxygen module.
$95

Seat belt/no smoke module.
$35

737 temp controller.
$195

737 marker selection switch.
$20

737 speedbrake Korry light assembly.
$15

L-1011 pressure controller.
$120

707 temp controller...rare.
$50

Boeing GPS mode selector.
$50

737 fire extinguisher rack for cockpit back wall.
$35

7 mini pots all in a nice little row.
$25

MD-80 selcal module.
$20

Nav radio, small profile.
Found in many types; more common to widebody, non glass.
$75

727/737 stall warning test spinner.
$20

GENUINE CONVAIR 880 rudder pedals.
Among the rarest of rare collector items.
Beautifully powder coated. You will never find one elsewhere.
We have 1 left...$165
We have one painted, not powder coated...$135

MD-11 rudder pedals, new powder coat...set of 2.
$120

clock
Electric cockpit clock...beauty.
$250

clock
Electric cockpit clock...beauty.
$250

DC-9/MD-80 wiper.
$55

HUD mode selector...LOOKS NEW.
$135

MD-80 overhead panel annunciator.
Extremely hard to find for less than $2500...we only have one.
$595

737 Fire handles.
Extremely rare, EXTREMELY expensive if you try and buy them elsewhere.
$150 each.

737 fire control module. Absolutely beautiful.
This is a $3500 unit.
$595

737 NG fire control module.
Absolutely magnificent condition.
This is a $3500 unit.
$695

737 Fire control module.
Beautiful, OVERHAULED, with paperwork.
$795

737 late model pitot tube.
$95

MD-80 brake temp...RARE!
$125

DC-9/MD-80 brake temp.
$110

737 APU tachometer.
$85

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