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    These forums are awesome!

    I'm new here, and I just wanted to say hi! For years I've been simming, and I was really thinking of quiting because I was getting tired of the same old same old. Cockpit building just takes it to the next level, and I'm glad to see a forum dedicated to doing just that. I also look forward from learning from you guys, and building my own soon.

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    Welcome to our world of Flight-Sim Building. I'm sure you've looked around and have seen the potential of Flight-Sim Building. It's amazing how far you can go, just taking one step at a time

    Again, welcome aboard

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    Quote Originally Posted by specialist View Post
    I'm new here, and I just wanted to say hi! For years I've been simming, and I was really thinking of quiting because I was getting tired of the same old same old. Cockpit building just takes it to the next level, and I'm glad to see a forum dedicated to doing just that. I also look forward from learning from you guys, and building my own soon.
    specialist

    Thanks for the great comments. We started this site about 3 years ago. Had only a few builders and even less vendors. Since then the hobby has really grown with the help of Mycockpit. You will find builders here that been innovative in their building skills from the panels to the electronics. This is a very exciting hobby and even with the world economy as bad as it is there still is growth here.

    From your avitar it looks like a 747 in the background. If that is your interest you will find many builders here. I also see your from Kansas City. I am not far from you in Warrensburg. Was in KC just this morning for a Dr appointment. Let me know if we can help.

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    Will do Larry, and glad to see you're close by. My avitar picture was taken on top of the observation deck at Frankfurt Main, watching a Lufthansa 747 prep for push back.

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    I too lived in Warrensburg in the '80's while stationed at Whiteman AFB. Lived in Prairie Village, Kansas for a time too.

    Welcome to the site. Lots to see here for you.
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