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    My cockpit shell has arrived!!!!!!

    I got it at 4pm and by midnight it was done!! I love it,
    Pics here,
    http://www.geocities.com/raflyer/727...?1207159324406

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    Very nice!

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    Yeah, real nice!
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    Thanks! Wearing gloves next time though! Getting ready to mount the overhead now. Will post more pics later.

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    Very nice

    Are you going to paint it? Or keep it "stealth"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivar hestnes View Post
    Very nice

    Are you going to paint it? Or keep it "stealth"
    If latex house paint will stick to aluminium then yes, i'll paint it. Otherwise, it will be a nice shiney stealth.

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    Got the overhead installed and took some more pics. Starting look real now!
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    Really looks like your MIP fits in there like a glove.

    Great Job
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    Fantastic looking! It really brings the rest of the sim to life.
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    Yes, definately! I have been looking over the old pictures of my sim and thinking, 'wow- how awesome it will look when I have Joe's LJ panels installed inside the new shell that's on its way soon' !

    The shell really brings it all together. Nice job! And the cool thing is, I thought it was a 737 but was delighted to see it a 727 instead!
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