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    Super Constellation Sim

    Hi there... for those who are interested in the progress of my Super Constellation simulator, please visit my blog. It's not updated daily but everytime when something interesting is added or built... or something unexpected is happening.

    http://conniesim.blogspot.com

    Have fun! Most text is in english now and there are many nice pictures.

    Christian

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    Now thats a project i like !!

    Respect !

    Is that a real shell of a connie you have there ?

    Very nice !

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    Most impressive !!

    Wish you the best of luck, and will follow your progress.
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    Hi Stef

    Yes, the upper half with the windows is a real Super Connie cockpit. If you look at the very first pictures on my blog, you can see where it comes from. I also have all the panels and instruments.... and soon I will even get the seats.

    Christian

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    Excellent Christian, Thanks for sharing

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    Smile A unique project

    I was just astonished when I saw this great "historical" project.

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    Wow, serious respect due!

    That's what I call taking on a serious project. Will watch with great interest!

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    That is a fantastic job you have done. I still can't get over the authenticity of your throttle stand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boeing Skunk Works View Post
    That is a fantastic job you have done. I still can't get over the authenticity of your throttle stand.

    Um..... It's real!.... Maybe that is why?
    Bob Reed

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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Michael Carter's Avatar
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    Uh, yes I know it's real.
    I guess I meant to say the condition.
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