USA   F-111 Aardvark OZ

Last Updated 24 December, 2003


Museums requiring F-111 parts to refurbish exhibits are invited to email to have requests placed on this page.  If you have an item which is wanted by a museum, please contact them via the email beside the request.
Dutch F-111F module
Near complete. Parts still required include the two control sticks, the Pave Tack panel, a TIT indicator, two spring loaded pins which go into the headrest to push them forward as you press the headrest adjustment lever, and the rubber viewing hood for the VID. The collector is also interested in the Altimeter and Mach indicator Amplifier boxes (ASK -14/A24G18 or ASK-25/A24G26 to drive the AMI., and ASK-13/A24G17 for the AVVI), and the electronic box to drive the ODS.
Pacific Coast Air Museum F-111D module
Everything to refurbish an empty shell (F-111D) module with the exception of the NAV Control Unit, the Compass Sync panel and the seats.
Ipswich-Amberley Aviation Heritage  Museum
Module - complete or shell wanted. 
Collection of other parts available for possible swap. LOGO
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