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[21DEC17] A quick wander through a few reflections...

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9 hours ago, rsrandazzo said:

Ken,

Ooooh.  NICE read of the tea leaves!

I can neither confirm, nor deny that the table top upon which that envelope was laid holds a 747-100, 747-200, 747-300 and an SP...

As I said..  can't confirm or deny...

 I would soon weigh 500lbs, as I'm pretty sure I would never leave my computer or home again.  Would be my absolute dream aircraft from PMDG.  Thanks for teasing us Robert.


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Merry Christmas from the snowy and cold Whitehorse ... -28c this morning ...

 

Rob: from the past and last century another tip, there is nothing that can`t be fixed by red roses .... 

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13 hours ago, rsrandazzo said:

Ken,

Ooooh.  NICE read of the tea leaves!

I can neither confirm, nor deny that the table top upon which that envelope was laid holds a 747-100, 747-200, 747-300 and an SP...

As I said..  can't confirm or deny...

 

back to the origin ... some nightmares to come ...

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Merry Christmas from Poland :) Thanks for Your great effort and making our simming lives full of happiness :)


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Personally, I’d be shocked if we saw a 747 classic  from them but I’d buy it in a heartbeat knowing it’s up to their standards. On the other hand, this could very well be the “totally unexpected” thing we were teased awhile back.

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19 minutes ago, Milton Waddams said:

Personally, I’d be shocked if we saw a 747 classic  from them but I’d buy it in a heartbeat knowing it’s up to their standards. On the other hand, this could very well be the “totally unexpected” thing we were teased awhile back.

Especially if it had the old Delco Carousel INS!!!

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Rob,
Can you re-upload the picture in your OP? For some reason it won't show for me. When I click 'open in new tab' it leads to a page that says 'Backend failed'

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If you want something big to work on next PMDG first amphibious jumbo.

 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-china-42471045.


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On 12/23/2017 at 2:00 PM, phil747fan said:

Rob: from the past and last century another tip, there is nothing that can`t be fixed by red roses .... 

PHIL!

AH HAHAHAHA!

You have a good memory!

 

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On 24-12-2017 at 3:43 AM, KORDATC said:

Especially if it had the old Delco Carousel INS!!!

At least in those days they did not need the "wake up call", like on the 747 and 777 nowadays.:laugh:

A while ago I visited the 747-SUD (747-200 refitted with the stretched upperdeck,)in the aviodrome museum in Holland. To me there is something special about this classis flight deck, 

I just can't explain why. Funny thing: there was a birds nest in the wheel well. It is not that often that you find a nest during your walk around; maybe the bird thought he visited his GRANDparents :biggrin:

 

For all of you, happy New Year and be careful with the fireworks!!!

 

 


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Merry Christmas Rob and team (a bit belated since I didn't get much chance to sim over the holidays.

 

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On 24/12/2017 at 2:38 PM, rsrandazzo said:

PHIL!

AH HAHAHAHA!

You have a good memory!

 

touche .... are we that old? lol ...

 

love to hear about maybe the classic ... if you need something or any feedback pretty sure you know how to find me ...

 

all the best.

 

Phil

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Good, now I know it is just another 737, I can quit trolling this site for new information.  I'll check back in 2 years. 

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5 hours ago, paulyg123 said:

Good, now I know it is just another 737, I can quit trolling this site for new information.  I'll check back in 2 years. 

“Just” another 737? It’s the Max of course, not just another variant of the NG.


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