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SHE FLIES!!! Updated 737SIM pics

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Nice!! Well Done!!What's the Ms joystick doing there? ;)Regards,Pedro

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>Nice!! Well Done!!>What's the Ms joystick doing there? ;)>Regards,>Pedro LOL! Forgot to hide that! I use it for the hat switch until I figure out where to mount the switch. Thanks for the comments.Rob

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>Very nice looking... is that a 'real' surplus cockpit section>it's housed in, or did you build it?>>RichardYes,it is a real one. It is a 737-200 built in 1968.

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>>Very nice looking... is that a 'real' surplus cockpit>section>>it's housed in, or did you build it?>>>>Richard>Yes,it is a real one. It is a 737-200 built in 1968. Nice... I thought briefly about buying a junked Cessna front end for mine, but it's too small :-( Think I'll sacrifice a tad of reality on the altar of comfort

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>I wouldn't be doing any long hauls, that chair doesn't look>all the comfortable! LOL>>Good job bro!>>>Regards, Michael>>http://mysite.verizon.net/res052cd/mybannercva1.jpg>>CalVirAir International VA>www.calvirair.com>Cougar Mountain Helicopters & Aviation>www.cgrmtnhelos.comI hear you there! Luckily, I now have a set of real aircraft seats in there. MUCH better. Thanks for the comments.Rob

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Wow, Congratulations Rob! :-)It's always great to see new projects get on the "flying" stage. A very important thing IMHO. Once you do the first flights with the even unfinished cockpit it gives you a much needed boost of inspiration, since the building is a lot of work and can get tiring if you never get to fly..Post new pics of the process, and good luck! :-)Tuomas

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