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    Hi everyone

    Hello.
    New forum member here...Matt sent me an email saying he liked my setup. It's nothing special right now, but I am going through a building phase and it's going to be upgraded soon with a panel and more controls.

    http://vintagehandhelds.bravehost.com/cockpit.html

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    Jabomeister, Welcome to ifsbi.org.

    When I first looked at Jabomeister's site and simulator, I can only reflect on how I started. It's amazing how hard we work to get that feel of being in a cockpit.

    I'm impressed with Jabomeister's accomplishment and hope that it will encourage others. You don't need a full size cockpit to experience the Flight-Sim Experience.

    Jabomeister, thanks for sharing your project with us

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    thanks for the welcome!

    I am in awe with the flighdecks I see on this site.
    I don't know if I would ever attempt something on that scale, but I always flirted with the idea of building an enclosed cockpit reminiscent of WW2 fighters. Someday when I will have a house maybe.
    Until then, I have restricted myself to things that can fit on my desk.

    I added a photo to the gallery, of an autopilot/radio/nav panel I finished recently. It will be mounted vertically when I get around to it.

    http://www.ifsbi.org/photopost/showp...&size=big&cat=