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    Smile What do you want for Christmas?

    OK guys its getting near that time again. So what do you avid simmers want for Christmas? I will start it off with my very simple wishes!!
    I want just two things
    (1) Peter Dowson to come to my house and use his magical FSUIPC to set up my flightsim for me.
    (2) Ian Sissons to come to my house and look at my little desktop effort, wire a few switches and suggest a building scheme for me. And then drink all my beer - I have loads of it Ian!!!
    I don't want much now do I?

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    Re: What do you want for Christmas?

    Two fresh kidneys and the winning lotto ticket.

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    Re: What do you want for Christmas?

    What do I want for xmas...

    A) the real GA aircraft throttle levers that I bought from ebay that were lost by royal mail.....

    That would do nicely!
    Building An Airbus In My Garage!

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    Re: What do you want for Christmas?

    Well, haha.
    Would love a Gibson SG as im a big AC/DC fan, Rock n Roll!
    Boeing 747-400 would be a great addition the garage.
    A pnp 744 mcp for the sim, but tbh I like the satisfaction of making my own.
    A big Marshall guitar amp haha.
    Finally some other bits and bobs for the sim.

    But the chances of any of those comming true are very remote, maybe the last one, haha.

    Jake.
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    Re: What do you want for Christmas?

    I like the satisfaction of making my own
    Welcome to the club!

    Building from scratch is the way....

    You learn loads!
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    Re: What do you want for Christmas?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jake 747 400 View Post
    A pnp 744 mcp for the sim,
    http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/show...1633#post91633







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    Re: What do you want for Christmas?

    never to have to re start software component during a flight ever again.
    www.flightfacsimile.com
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    Re: What do you want for Christmas?

    FDS A320 FBT
    http://www.flightdecksolutions.com/view_page.php?id=66
    http://www.flightdecksolutions.com/view_page.php?id=52

    I better start saving....
    Probably be Christmas 2020 by the time I can afford it

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    Re: What do you want for Christmas?

    To make somthing for myself
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    747-400? nah probably 767 now, FS9, FDT simboards , dunnow about software yet

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    Re: What do you want for Christmas?

    A CNC Machine so I can make my own back lit panels.

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