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WTB: Ashtray for 67' PA28-180C

skywag

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Title says it all.

Some previous owner took it out, which is fine. But, I'd like to plug the big hole in the upholstery.:eek:

Besides, where else are you supposed to put the nuts and bolts you find on the floor during flight?:cool:
 

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I took out my ashtrays when I redid the interior. And yes, now I have to put loose screws in the sideboard pockets! ;)

These were from a 1980 PA-236. Not sure if they are the same, nor if I can find them. But if I can and you want them, you can have them for the postage, about $25 or so to the US.

* Orest
 

skywag

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Sounds good. Do you take American cash?
 

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Orest, start your search in that "expensive" aviation junk box, we all have them lol
 

skywag

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Always. Or do you mean mailing "cash", vice PayPal or similar?

Let me see if I can find them.

* Orest
Orest, Thanks.....................Paypal, cash, check, bitcoins....whatever:cool:

I actually bought some off "Beechtalk," but alas, they were a different size. I think my trim crank is off a 49' studebaker (or something) maybe the ashtray was sourced there as well!


Just for fun, this is was the crewcar at Lake Chelan, day before yesterday. Amazing how respectful the other drivers were that day.

 

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