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    Super Constellation... work in progress

    Some news about my Super Connie cockpit... Today I painted the flight engineer desk after a lot of cleaning and re-assembling. If you want to see the pictures, please visit my blog:

    http://conniesim.blogspot.com

    Christian

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    WOW!! Very nice work indeed... Not going to make the engineers station functional huh?
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    Very nice work!
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    Functional.... no. It will be there only for decoration and completeness of the cockpit. And because I have the parts...

    The F/E station will be the place for the simulator supervisor. Keyboard and mouse goes inside the desk (you can open the lid) and a little screen behind the levers. Maybe I will use some switches and lamps to indicate some computer stuff (reset, on/off, etc.)

    Christian

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    Beatyful.

    It is really a pleasure to look at all the details you build into your simulator.


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    Your attention to detail is great, the time and effort you have put into this is phenomenal and you certainly are dedicated to retsoring her.
    Your patience is much more than i would have before it ended up worse than when it arrived; and my foot twice as sore

    excellent!

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    A new item has been installed in the cockpit... the F/E desk and lower switch panel. It gave me a little headache because I made it a bit too tall, so I had to cut two inches away to make it lower. But at he end, it's great to see how everything fits together.

    It is like a giant puzzle... but some tiles have to be reshaped to fit

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    It looks like it comes new out of the factory. Marvelous job you are doing there. Cant say how much i appreciate it !

    Did you say once it was going to be open to public sometimes ?

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    Yes, that is awsome work.
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    All I can say is WOW.. Nice job!!
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