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    Unhappy A sad day indeed for the old 737SIM

    Just posted these pics up tonight. Take a look,

    http://www.geocities.com/raflyer/Aircraftdeparture.html

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    Yes I too have the memory of a fine day in that sim.... Very sad... But, on to bigger and better things!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Reed View Post
    Yes I too have the memory of a fine day in that sim.... Very sad... But, on to bigger and better things!

    Yes, that was fun. We need to do more of that here in the states!

    Don't say bigger as my wife may see this and get nervous!

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    So, Im guessing you sold the real 737 shell, but are still building a 737 Sim?
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    That was 90% complete 737 NG sim! Flew great! He is starting from scratch.
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    What?!?!?!?!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomlin View Post
    What?!?!?!?!?
    Long story but I had to sell the sim to prepare for our move into our new home. It was worth it, trust me. I now have the place i used to dream about and a climate controlled room for my new sim. Having a real cockpit can be pretty overwhelming, pretty cool, and a major pain in the a$$ as well.

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    I can certainly, CERTAINLY, appreciate your decision there my friend. I feel like the decision to change from 737NG to a Learjet 45 really helped my 'sim' situation all too well and I know that if I had bought a real shell that I had access to a while back would have costs me not only piles of money I wont spend now on the LJ, but also on just housing the darn thing in a nice environment too.

    Best of luck, family should always come first- but it can be a challenge at times!
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