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    Look what santa broght me!

    Got some parts for my 727 sim today. All are out of a glass 727. The TQ needs some tlc but the overhead and glare are very nice condition.
    Let the fun begin!

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    Well, does that mean 737NUT has become a 727NUT????

    Congratulations on a late X-mas gifts

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    It should be BOEINGNUT

    I like all the boeing jets in one way or another.

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    Great stuff man!

    The anti-ice panel is one I've never seen before in any photo. That must be relatively really new compared to the rest.

    I'm nearly as excited as you are! Glad you got your 727 equipment.

    By God, we'll turn a few others to the steam guage side before it's all over!
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    Fantastic!

    Great to see another 727 "analog" builder in our midst!!

    Am looking forward to seeing your progress, especially on your throttle quad. I'm currently restoring my -100 quad, which was stripped down quite a bit before removal forcing me to do a lot of part building/replacing.

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    I see that the TQ says AutoThrottle on it. I didnt realize this was available for a 727?

    I think that a glass 727 would be cool. You have some nice new avionics, but then the older aircraft style and all the great stuff about old airplanes.
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    Many 727's had auto-throttle installed along with the Performance Management System and the Sperry SP-50 MkV AP.

    US Air had this installed in their small fleet as did some others. It wasn't widespread for the fleet as a whole.
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    Thats what i'm building, an efis equipped 727 w/ AT. Should be cool. Plus i am planning on getting the FE stand and integrating it as well! :0

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    Rob, all you need now is a shell....

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    You would think a 727 shell would be around but not when i want one.

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