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    Lear 85 HiRes Cockpit Photos

    Found these this morning.
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    Pretty cool shots!

    Can they get The History Channel?
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    Wow that panel looks simple to model. I can see these cropping up in the builder forums in the future. The software for them is another issue though.

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    Lear 85 pilots must drink a lot because they have 2 cup holders each.

    Thanks for sharing the photos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennair View Post
    Wow that panel looks simple to model. I can see these cropping up in the builder forums in the future. The software for them is another issue though.

    Ken.
    The software reminds me of Universals Avionics Vision-1 Synthetic Vision System retrofits for the following aircraft:

    Pilatus PC-12


    Boeing 737-300


    Kingair 300


    Source:
    http://www.uasc.com/products/index.a...prod_flatpanel

    I agree these software is another issue.
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    Looks familiar...

    Hmm, several flat screens, spartan interior, leather seats, looks like my incomplete pit has looked for a year now....was I behind in construction or ahead of my time...?

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