Chapter 84 has received the donation of a large number of aircraft instruments and avionics from Dynon, and we are offering them for sale at roughly market rates. These instruments come with no guarantee of condition or operability, and as far as we can tell, none of them are yellow-tagged. Most were functional when they were removed from the aircraft, but none are ready for use in certified aircraft. Pricing reflects this fact.
The list of instruments and prices is here. Below, we’ve added a group photo of the instruments, with the box each batch came in, followed by a couple more-detailed shots for each box. The box has line numbers from the linked spreadsheet. For more details, or to see an instrument in person, contact James McGauhey at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our best to mark the spreadsheet when an instrument is sold.
EAA Chapter 84’s Treasurer, Dave Weber, has started producing an EAA 84-specific podcast. As of this writing, we’re up to four episodes, with new episodes coming out every few weeks. Check it out on your favorite podcast platform (Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, etc.). Just search for EAA Chapter 84 Podcast.
As the year comes to a close, it’s time to renew your membership with Chapter 84. Our membership rate is just $20 per year. To renew your membership, you can drop off a check in the chapter hangar, or send your dues to the Treasurer via PayPal.
In the hangar, look for the cashbox in the tool cabinet. You will need your pre-assigned door code to get in. Make checks out to “EAA Chapter 84”, and ensure that your name is printed on the check, so we know who to credit.
To send your dues via PayPal, go to the PayPal website and login (create a new account if you don’t already have one), and send $20 to email@example.com. Please include your full name and contact information in the comments: either an email address, or a phone number.