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BeaverBill

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I have several non-sensitive altimeters and one tachometer for sale. These are a garage sale find so I don't have any history on them, but I would consider them as good cores for restoration, not currently airworthy. One cream faced Cub altimeter, two black faced Cub altimeters, one black faced Cub tachometer, and one cream faced Aeronca altimeter. How does $25 each plus postage sound? Proceeds will go to our local Air Museum.
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