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    Talking eBay: Fully Functional 737 Sim

    Now that my sim is near completion (but fully functional), I'm looking to start all over again with an A320. Everything for sale, and realistically priced! Let me know if you have any questions.

    http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...ME:L:LCA:CA:11

    Larger pictures on my website:
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    Cheers, Steve

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    I thought that was yours, good luck with the sale

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    Sweker.

    Be Careful, you are not able to Sell Project Magenta software, I would hate to see you get negative feedback for false advertising.

    Best regards,

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    Thanks Trevor,
    I had the same thought when putting it up for sale, but I reviewed the PM license agreement in depth........nothing mentioned at all about selling it! Nonetheless, thanks for that. I'll await to hear official word from PM. Cheers, Steve

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    Why Steve? Why?????????????????????????????

    I get scared when people finish a sim and then swap aircraft...

    Nat

    PS. Gee i would love to have the interior mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melnato View Post
    Why Steve? Why?????????????????????????????

    I get scared when people finish a sim and then swap aircraft...

    Nat

    PS. Gee i would love to have the interior mate

    Some people are all about the journey, not the final product. For me, it's often more fun to be constantly learning new things, than to have the overall goal achieved.

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    I agree

    i have to agree with the 'journey' comment. most of my fun comes from finding a solution as problems occur. once i finish the 737ng, i also may go in another direction. good luck to you mate.
    regards ... ian

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    Thanks Gents,
    BHawthorne, you are absolutely correct. For me, 50% of the joy is the journey (building it) and the other 50% is flying it! With the point I'm at now (yes, still some tweaks to go), the major components are in place and the 'big thrills / additions' are over. There are folks out there that are 100% focused on the flying, which my sim would fit nicely with.

    Nat, parting out the sim would be a VERY VERY unlikely......I'm happy with the interior as well . As I mentioned to some close friends, the worst case scenerio is actually a great one! If it doesn't sell, I have a great sim that I can fly and 'tweak' for years to come!

    Cheers, Steve

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    15000usd as starting bid is a real bargain. Hope you get a lot more.

    So anyone that want to buy a complete sim, this is the chance that you can get the feeling of robbing a bank and get away with it

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    Sweker.

    Be Careful, You Are Not Able To Sell Project Magenta Software, I Would Hate To See You Get Negative Feedback For False Advertising.

    Best Regards,

    Trev
    .......oh My God....get A Grip Trevor Hale.
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