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    2000+ Poster - Never Leaves the Sim Trevor Hale's Avatar
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    Saying Goodbye to an Old Friend

    Hey all,

    After seeing all of these wonderful new shells around, I have come to the determination that my First shell, has got to go.

    I am going to use some of the experience that I have collected over the past couple years, and apply that to the new shell designs I have seen appear.

    I Just took these photo's, before I will start dismantling this afternoon.

    I would like to say to the wonderful Dassault that I have.. It's been a fun ride, and I will see you on the flip side when you are complete again.

    Thanks,

    Trev

    http://www.mycockpit.org/photopost/s...php?photo=2591

    http://www.mycockpit.org/photopost/s...php?photo=2589

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    My condolences Trevor.

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    Whoa!!!!! I just got a big nasty knot in my stomach..... You're brave Trevor!!!!!

    Good-luck!!!!

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    All I can say is.......

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    LOL. Brave or stupid... I have already started ripping her a part.. Well, here goes nothing...

    The new falcon 900 will have an amazing look... I HOPE!
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    I can feel your pain. After seeing that stunning shell that Joe from Innovative is offering, I look at my poor attempt and just shake my head. On the flip side I would never fit into that shell , I'm too much the wide body. If that's 1:1 how in the world do two people fit in there plus all the equipment?? I feel very crowded in a PA-28 or C172.
    Good luck and have fun Trevor.
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    w00t...I feeeeeel GOOD now! I got to help hubby tear down his sim, well still in the process of it

    unfortunately it's going to be replaced. don't think I've seen so many wires before but boy it was fun cutting them!!

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    Thanks Brian.

    I tell you I have seen some large people fit in small places, and everything manages to work out ok

    I am having fun.

    It isn't as much the shells that Rob is going to build for Joe, as much as it is

    the need to have something more eye a peeling. I like the idea of running all the cables through the roof and walls. Then covering them so you can't see them after the fact. Like wiring harnesses in a car.

    I just hope that I can get more of the real feeling. My windows could use a rework. After seeing what Ivar has posted for his sliding windows, I was amazed. I must try to accomplish this as well.

    I want to get to the multi projection image, so I must work on the window experience.

    A few trips to the hanger to measure a few more things, and I think I will be in great shape.

    Trev
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    Good luck and keep us posted!!!

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    Trev and Tracy,

    While your sim is out of action, my sim is your sim. Just pop around, for you it's available 24/7!!!!

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