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US Air Force USAF Felsenthal Aircraft Pilot's Dead Reckoning Computers - $20 (Richmond)

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condition: good
make / manufacturer: G. Felsenthal & Sons Inc

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This Lot Of 2 Vintage US Air Force G. Felsenthal & Sons Inc Pilot's Dead Reckoning Supersonic Computers is in good condition overall but the components do show signs of age, service and repair. The AN 5834-1B computer is complete and appears to have been made sometime in the 50s. The computer is stamped with several US Military markings, including "MIL-C-5414A" and "STOCK NO. R88-C-1121-000-000." The black plastic adjustment ring appears to have been repaired but is solid and functions as you would expect. One screw appears to be a replacement, it functions as you would expect despite not being original. The insert card is clean though it has a small tear on one end. The original leather case is in good condition overall and only shows modest signs of age and storage. The Supersonic Computer Type PT appears to have been made sometime in the early 1970s and includes it's original carrying case and instruction manual. The computer does show mild signs of age and appears to be have been damaged, but still functions as you would expect despite any blemishes. The vinyl case still functions as you would hope, however there is a small crack in the crease of the cover flap.

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