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Hello, I introduced myself a while back. I am Steve in Colorado USA and have been working on a 737 sim for a while. I recently had a great opportunity acquire the nose section of a 727. With this wonderful opportunity, I have decided to go 727, and have updated website with pics. GO! 727
Guess Iíll have to figure out how to change my name to 727Steve
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Welcome back. Thanks for sharing your news.
I'm glad to finally see more interest in this aircraft as a build.
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Great pictures at your site. I wish I could use a real B727 nose section for my B777 project. The Flight Engineer station would be great for my Amateur Radio / Instructor Station. I just don't have the room in my garage for something this big.
I would love to strip one down to the shell.
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And congratulations on becoming a "CLASSIC BOEING COCKPIT BUILDER".
You have departed full throttle, at MTW on a flight full of FUN, EXCITEMENT, CHALLENGES, "TURBULENT WEATHER", ADVENTURE AND ACCOMPLISHMENT and I know you will never regret your choice to do so!!!
Your WEB SITE and YOUTUBE CHANNEL are absolutely fantastic. I really enjoyed looking at your 727 pictures. What a Beautifully 727 cockpit!!! Also Love the 727 videos ..., and that cloud coverage looks so beautiful during the Dallas approach. Got to save those!!!
We welcome you to see our B727-200 pic and videos at:
MYCOCKPIT.ORG will again and again prove to be your best source of information for cockpit building on the web as it has always been for
the "PROJECT 727" group.
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