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    new higly detailed 737 NG panel line.

    engravity has announced their new line of exact scale 737 NG panels. The panels have every single detail as i know them from the real panels !



    more picture's on their new line to be found in their forum here:

    http://www.737cockpit.com/index2.php...viewtopic&t=63

    Also announced by them a fully plug&play 747 CDU.

    Both the 737 and the 747 cdu will be compatible with both Project Magenta and the PMDG boeing range of products.

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    This is Excellent news and the MIP looks AMAZING!! Congratulations guys!!

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    Roberto

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    i have mine ordered.

    Will post pictures in the gallery as soon as its build.

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    This is very nice and I look forward to the pictures!

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    Any idea of the pricing by any chance!! This is a very Impressive panel... So many cool things for the 737!!

    Roberto

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    699 including VAT for european customers, so for NON-european customers it would even be cheaper, around 587 euros.
    That includes all the annunciators, some decals and faceplates for the yaw-damper and brake pressure gauge and clocks.

    I've seen the panels live and the level of detail is amazing. Every screw is exactly where it should be, some countersunk where it should. Small engraved details like the "+"sign, modular aluminium backpanels in a similar layout like the real ones, etc.

    Theres more pictures than this one in their forum.

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