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    Question 737 shell plans

    Hi, im working with a friend of mine 2 build a 737 pit. we've found basicly everything inside the plane that we need(overhead, panels etc..) but we havent found much about building a shell. Could someone point us to a link that would help us in finding these plans? Thanks!

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    Re: 737 shell plans

    Jackpilot
    B737-700 Posky
    FS9/P.Magenta
    without PMSystem

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    Re: 737 shell plans

    Thanks alot, that helps so much

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