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    Airbus Plug And Play 737 Yoke!

    Check this out a friend of mine has developed this beautiful Yoke maybe someone might be interested it is posted on Ebay:

    http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...MEWA:IT&ih=014

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    It's really nice.

    My only question would be why he didn't model proper 737 trim switches when the rest of the yoke looks so authentic. But it's lovely overall - I would probably bid on it but a starting bid of CAN $765 is a little high in my opinion.

    How much is he looking to get for it ?

    I would also be worried about shipping costs, here to the UK.

    But it's gorgous - I would love that in my 'pit!
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    I was wondering that myself, especially when the correct trim switch is available. Pretty nice other than that though.
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    No Idea my friend but it sure looks nice!!

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    Roberto

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    Why so precisely $765 and fourty five cents!!!!!

    just curious?
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    In my opinion for what you get the price is actually reasonable, Just take a look at any other plug and play 737 replica yoke out there.

    Damien

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