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Old 12th Apr 2021, 16:17
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Looking for a Website to sell Parts

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can someone tell me where I could sell online some Helicopter Parts? I know of Trade-a-Plane, are there any other ones that are ok?

Thanks for info,

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can someone tell me where I could sell online some Helicopter Parts? I know of Trade-a-Plane, are there any other ones that are ok?
A number of them. Is this EU local? Or more global? Type of parts, i.e, components, model(s), etc.? Some vendors may buy up your stock depending type/model. And some parts are affected by shipping permissions and costs. If only talking about a handful of oddball parts then there are several other sites similar to T-A-P that you can use.

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Try HeliData Classified,been going since 1980'and online as well as hard copy circulation. Office @ aviapress.co.uk
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Hi,

can someone tell me where I could sell online some Helicopter Parts? I know of Trade-a-Plane, are there any other ones that are ok?

Thanks for info,

Cheers all
Certified Parts? Scrap parts? Transformed into furniture parts?
Different sites for different parts
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Certified Parts? Scrap parts? Transformed into furniture parts?
Different sites for different parts
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Looking more for an international site. We have two remote hooks that we need to get rid off. One is an Onboard and the other is a Dart. We have some other Parts as well and all parts are either servicable or need overhaul and come complete with paperwork.
This post shall not be an advertisement to sell parts here just to clarify what I want to sell

Thanks all for your help with website suggestions,

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Looking more for an international site. We have two remote hooks that we need to get rid off. One is an Onboard and the other is a Dart. We have some other Parts as well and all parts are either servicable or need overhaul and come complete with paperwork.
On the hooks, some P/Ns can be hard to get. In cases with specialized parts like those, I've contacted external load operators directly via email to if they're interested. Same with certain other parts like turbine engine parts I would contact engine shops, etc. But for parts in general, outside any "local" sites as mentioned above, you'll find T-A-P, Controller.com, Barnstormers, and believe it or not Ebay are usually the go to places in the Americas. Another place I've seen private used part sales picking up is through social media sites. I used to clean out my hangar every couple years and liquidate my extra parts, etc. for a decent return. One tip, subscribe to a photo storage service like Flickr and take a lot of good pics of your parts and organize then into folders/albums by part so that you can email specific links to any possible buyer. Good luck.
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Barnstormers is a good free one. You could type in the P/N you are trying to sell in to Stock Market Redirect and see who is already selling them - then offer to sell yours to them, I would be interested in the onboard hooks.
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