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FS: Custom Cherokee 6 Panel

Bill_thx1138

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Do you own a Cherokee 6 from 1965-1967?
Is your panel's plastic old and crumbling?
Did you ever think about changing the fuses for circuit breakers?
Is your instrument arrangement disorganized?
Did you ever consider getting a custom panel?
Do you want to save thousands while making your instrument panel look like millions?

Well here's your chance to convert the old shotgun instrument panel to a work of art.

For sale: 1 blank instrument panel made from 2024 T3 Alclad Aluminum with the same thickness as the original. See the blank picture.
It is custom cut to fit the Piper Cherokee 6 aircraft built from 1965 to 1967 and to bolt on to the existing panel.
See the before and after pictures for possibilities with your aircraft. (note, the first pic is a before shot)

Items you will need to complete the transformation:

1. Friendly AP/IA who will sign off the work (minor alt / 337)
2. Paint for the panel
3. Circuit breakers necessary for your aircraft's electrical needs
4. Instrument panel placards
5. Metal working tools
6. A desire to improve your aircraft's appearance

This panel is setup in 1 of 2 options:
Option 1 is a double row of circuit breakers with spacing to use the Tyco circuit breakers
Option 2 is a triple row of circuit breakers with spacing to use the Klixon circuit breakers

$500 for a blank panel.

Custom holes can be added to your panel for a extra fee.
E-mail if you have any questions.

(note, this was listed on e-bay several times)

Thanks

Bill

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Timgo

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Do you own a Cherokee 6 from 1965-1967 oo
Is your panel's plastic old and crumbling?
Did you ever think about changing the fuses for circuit breakers?
Is your instrument arrangement disorganized?
Did you ever consider getting a custom panel?
Do you want to save thousands while making your instrument panel look like millions?

Well here's your chance to convert the old shotgun instrument panel to a work of art.

For sale: 1 blank instrument panel made from 2024 T3 Alclad Aluminum with the same thickness as the original. See the blank picture.
It is custom cut to fit the Piper Cherokee 6 aircraft built from 1965 to 1967 and to bolt on to the existing panel.
See the before and after pictures for possibilities with your aircraft. (note, the first pic is a before shot)yy

Items you will need to complete the transformation:

1. Friendly AP/IA who will sign off the work (minor alt / 337)
2. Paint for the panel
3. Circuit breakers necessary for your aircraft's electrical needs
4. Instrument panel placards
5. Metal working tools
6. A desire to improve your aircraft's appearance

This panel is setup in 1 of 2 options:
Option 1 is a double row of circuit breakers with spacing to use the Tyco circuit breakers
Option 2 is a triple row of circuit breakers with spacing to use the Klixon circuit breakers

$500 for a blank panel.

Custom holes can be added to your panel for a extra fee.
E-mail if you have any questions.

(note, this was listed on e-bay several times)

Thanks

Bill
I need a panel made. Tim 6182500769
 

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