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    Does anyone recognize or know the history of this?

    I might have an opportunity. Does anyone know of this pit?

    Edited to be clearer.
    I know it's a 727. I want to know who might have had it or sold it.
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    if your asking what type of plane that is. looks to me like an early 737 well i know its a 737 for sure... sorry if that wasnt the question. seems kinda to easy for all of your (cockpit builders ) knoweledge..

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    737-200 I beleive
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    I think its a 727

    Sorry guys, I think its 727 based on the throttle assy. It's a 3 holer with three handles. Assuming this is the original part. Also, the interior moldings look like what I have now...

    I'm just curious though, where is this located; just the state. Looks like some farmland somewhere.

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    Regardless of what it is, Its a great get!!

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    I know that's a 727. Don't know who owned it before it got to where it's sitting. I sure wouldn't mind having it but I don't know where I'd put it.
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    If you can find an N-number on it then that would give us a lot of info.
    Who would put 'Norseman' on it?
    Do you have a closer picture of the inside?
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    I guess I was wrong in thinking that maybe someone in the builder community had seen or sold this pit. It's in Colorado. I'm not building a 727.
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    Do you know who owns it now, and would they be willing to part any of it out?

    I get first dibs on the eyebrow window trim!
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    I can't believe I didn't notice the throttle quad with the 3-engines on it. GRRRR I am a nut case..
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