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    Searching for 737Parts like Engravity

    Hi @ all,

    I'm still searching for any parts of the 737NG for my home cockpit.

    Espacially parts like the Captain, Center and FO Panel from Engravity.

    Hop you got some things :P

    Best regards,
    Simon

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    Hi Simon,

    No need to search anymore.

    go to http://www.flyengravity.com

    You can buy the panels from there.

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    Thanks for you tipp. But I knew FlyEngravity.

    I mean if there is someone who sale used Engravity parts for example I would buy it

    Best regards,
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    I think you means a cheaper option dont you!
    just a case of keeping a look out i'm afraid (which is a lenthly process)

    geremy

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    Quote Originally Posted by 737 Gez View Post
    I think you means a cheaper option dont you!
    just a case of keeping a look out i'm afraid (which is a lenthly process)

    geremy
    You're right. But why are you afraid?

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    sorry it's just a natural british phrase in th UK. I'm not realy afraid - it's just a term of description. perhaps you havn't heard that in Germany.

    geremy

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    [Edit: posted at same time as Gez ]


    LOL.

    Simon - the phrase "I'm afraid" in English means "unfortunately", not that someone is actually afraid ......... (it's confusing I know).

    So Geremey meant "You need to look for them which can take a long time, unfortunately".



    PS.... I sold Engravity Captains and Centre panel 2 months ago!
    David R
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    1979 Mooney M20J Cockpit builder ......

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    LOL Okay ! So I now I learned again some british phrases .

    @ David

    You sold or you still sale? Do you have any parts left?

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    Maybe matt will be having second thoughts about that english terminology forum on here section after all

    As far as i know David is a now a fully qualified Bus Driver with no boeing parts left to sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 737 Gez View Post
    Maybe matt will be having second thoughts about that english terminology forum on here section after all

    As far as i know David is a now a fully qualified Bus Driver with no boeing parts left to sell.
    That would be a really petty. Because I've seen the pictures of the panels...

    But thanks for the replies...

    Simon

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