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NEW PICTURES OF THE INCOMING F33

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I just upload some pictures of the Bonanza F33 which is 85% done.We expect to release it late March.CLICK HERE to see the all the picturesHere are some of them:5.jpg7.jpg11.jpg4.jpgCarenado

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Guest Sky_6

Whoa!!!! Absolutely FANTASTIC!!!!BTW...how 'bout some screenies of the 185 floats....Thankyou for the screen shots.Say hi to Fernando :( Sky

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Beautiful!
Really looking sharp. Instrument panel looks great. Thanks for the teasers.RayM

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Really looking sharp. Instrument panel looks great. Thanks for the teasers.RayM
Any resemblance to the real deal - N5GW, November 2008N5GW.jpgRayM

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Fantastic work there, I'll be first in line.


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Just one word........STUNNING! :( Looking forward to release.... :(


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She looks gorgeous! Can't wait :(


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Looking gorgeous, wont have my sale though. I don't like the F33, if its wheels go up its my IFR style type.

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Looking gorgeous, wont have my sale though. I don't like the F33, if its wheels go up its my IFR style type.
The wheels do go up.

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I am hoping... yeah, just hoping there might be an option for the standard single throwover yoke which has the animated throwover. Wouldn't that be cool? I think the pre production shots I saw of the interior showed the optional dual yoke which is popular on the real aircraft. Of course if they made it with the single yoke folks would complain cause it didn't have the dual yoke!


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I am hoping... yeah, just hoping there might be an option for the standard single throwover yoke which has the animated throwover. Wouldn't that be cool? I think the pre production shots I saw of the interior showed the optional dual yoke which is popular on the real aircraft. Of course if they made it with the single yoke folks would complain cause it didn't have the dual yoke!
zfehr,Where did you see interior pre-production shots? I don't remember seeing any interior shots at all prior to yesterday. I'm real curious as to what the center and right side of the panel looks like - as in "Avionics package". What I have seen looks really nice.RayM

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