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    727 real throttle quadrant pricing??

    Hi,

    I'm starting my build on my 727 throttle quadrant. But it really would be cool is i had a real one and interface that. Does anybody know what the costs for one is. If you have one how much dod you pay for it.

    If you have one for sale How much

    I have a new job as a baker, really fun to do!! so many more things become afordable.

    Thanks in advance

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    Re: 727 real throttle quadrant pricing??

    If i tell you i want a doughnut with MyCockpit written in iceing on top

    LOL not realy I would try Nick at AHPS i would say that's your best bet.
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    Re: 727 real throttle quadrant pricing??

    Flightsimparts.com has one for sale.

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    Re: 727 real throttle quadrant pricing??

    727 throttle quadrants can be between 1000 and 1500 or so for a decent quality one. There's a guy at http://www.northernflightsim.com that can help with stuff and is really good to deal with. Art is a good guy, and has a lot of knowledge on converting old analog gauges into a FS realm, as he's done a 707 sim. Additionally, he has a lot of scrapper friends that can help with acquisition of parts.

    I don't know how crazy you're wanting to get, but there is also a 727-200. I was pricing out doing the 727 series, as I LOVE the 727, but the flight deck is so massive that I'd been able to have make the cockpit deck, but absolutely nothing else, so I needed to opt for an airliner that I liked that didn't have the flight engineer and the 12 foot wide fuselage...lol.

    If you can afford it, and have the space, I can tell you this is an AMAZING deal:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/727-Airplane-Coc...item3a4e65e576

    There are also some refurbished seats for $1200, this has the linked rudder pedals and flight controls, as well as a good portion of completed flight engineer panels, which I understand is *HORRIBLE* to get out of there, additionally a very good quality fuselage *AND* a good quality throttle quadrant. Bear in mind that the aircraft is cut behind the cockpit wall, so you're looking at around a 15-20 foot long section possibly, and the fuselage is 12 foot 3 inches wide. These are the big reasons that I've not already brought this beauty home.

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    Re: 727 real throttle quadrant pricing??

    For 2500 Euro incl. VAT, import fees, taxes, containerfees, but not including Shipping from Germany to Netherlands. Please reply urgently, because we ship our container from USA to Germany this week!

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    Re: 727 real throttle quadrant pricing??

    thanks!

    no sorry 2500 is a bit too much
    realy helpfull all of your comments


    thanks

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    Re: 727 real throttle quadrant pricing??

    Quote Originally Posted by Chaser View Post
    727 throttle quadrants can be between 1000 and 1500 or so for a decent quality one. There's a guy at http://www.northernflightsim.com that can help with stuff and is really good to deal with. Art is a good guy, and has a lot of knowledge on converting old analog gauges into a FS realm, as he's done a 707 sim. Additionally, he has a lot of scrapper friends that can help with acquisition of parts.

    I don't know how crazy you're wanting to get, but there is also a 727-200. I was pricing out doing the 727 series, as I LOVE the 727, but the flight deck is so massive that I'd been able to have make the cockpit deck, but absolutely nothing else, so I needed to opt for an airliner that I liked that didn't have the flight engineer and the 12 foot wide fuselage...lol.

    If you can afford it, and have the space, I can tell you this is an AMAZING deal:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/727-Airplane-Coc...item3a4e65e576

    There are also some refurbished seats for $1200, this has the linked rudder pedals and flight controls, as well as a good portion of completed flight engineer panels, which I understand is *HORRIBLE* to get out of there, additionally a very good quality fuselage *AND* a good quality throttle quadrant. Bear in mind that the aircraft is cut behind the cockpit wall, so you're looking at around a 15-20 foot long section possibly, and the fuselage is 12 foot 3 inches wide. These are the big reasons that I've not already brought this beauty home.

    Jon

    That is a good deal. Mine is 8 ft wide and cut at the bulkhead forward of the SO station. Everything in there you can convert yourself.
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    Re: 727 real throttle quadrant pricing??

    hello Stijn,

    maybe this one fits your budget ?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...=STRK:MEWAX:IT

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    Re: 727 real throttle quadrant pricing??

    Stef!!! wow

    thanks man, wanted to have a chat in FSweekend but I had soo much to do it really was amazing.

    But thanks really I don't have 750 dollars new but will place a bid

    Thanks

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