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    G-WAVA images

    Hi all,

    I have posted some pictures in the GA gallery-

    http://www.mycockpit.org/photopost/s...ry.php?cat=532

    My sim is still very much work in progress, but phase 1 is complete, so it is now flyable, phase 2 will be building the remaining avionics AP,DME,ADF,XPDR units.

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    Re: G-WAVA images

    Nice Pics and love your sim Nice job, must be fun to fly

    Thanks,

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    Re: G-WAVA images

    Two big thumbs up there guy.. Awesome looking..
    Up Up and away in my beautiful my beautiful - Amphibian

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    Re: G-WAVA images

    Steve,
    I am amazed by your craftsmanship on the avionics!

    How did you build your Glareshield? How does your parking brake function? Swing up to engage?
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    Re: G-WAVA images

    Awesome Steve! I love GA. That is a fine looking setup you have there. Your GarSim looks great. I sure wish that yoke and throttle had been available when I built mine.

    Cheers,

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    Re: G-WAVA images

    WOW , . that looks fantastic it really does.

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