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    Hello from shropshire!

    I have been a member for quite a while and have not yet introduced myself, My name is Lee and together with my friend we have started to build our own cockpit, after becoming extremeley jealous of everyone elses! ive attached a few pictures of our cockpit that is still work in progress. started work about 3months ago, still alot to do, take a look and let me know what you think so far, all is built out of MDF, MCP and COMMS radio from opencockpits. We have a few more panels to put on yet (Flaps panel ETC). and it needs a paint job and yoke. got a few more months yet. We have tried to do this as cheaply as possible as we dont have all the money in the world!
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    Great start, looks incredible. I think you guys are doing a fantastic job. Please keep us posted on your progress.

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    500+ This must be a daytime job ian@737ng.co.uk's Avatar
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    Shropshire, sounds familiar.....

    hello captain.......
    welcome to mycockpit. good start !
    i'm in oswestry.....where are you?
    regards .... ian
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    Hi Ian, i am in telford, we have sort of spoken before! remember www.737shed.com ? well its us again! the shed plan was doomed to fail, we never had enough space but was lots of fun! i think Ian (my fellow cockpit builder) emailed you once or twice, which reminds me of an invite you gave us to have a play in your sim!??

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    500+ This must be a daytime job ian@737ng.co.uk's Avatar
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    that's right i remember

    good morning captain.......
    yes i remember now, made me smile using the shed.
    no prob with having a spin in the pit, just EM me and we'll work something out.
    could give you a few ideas. coffee and 73 waiting.
    cheers ..... ian
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