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    Hello, Odd in Texas here

    Well I've been bitten with the Sim bug years back and now its time to start making it happen. I came across this forum and cant think of a better starting point. Hope i can become a contributing member. At the moment all i have to offer is 24 yrs in the aircraft parts business (private, business and commuter) and a family history of aviation. Pam Am , TWA. So this is my attempt to be in the captains seat by the time I retire.

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    Re: Hello, Odd in Texas here

    Great to have you with us sir, i will look forward to your progress.

    Have you got any idea which aircraft is taking your preference?

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    Re: Hello, Odd in Texas here

    Weren't you the baddy with the flying hat in 'Goldfinger' ? I knew I'd recognize you. Welcome on board. Sounds like you have a great start already.

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    Up Up and away in my beautiful my beautiful - Amphibian

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    Re: Hello, Odd in Texas here

    You know , its really is a tough decision. There's so much to consider. A 747 cockpit would be an absolute dream but the 737 seems to he the most popular and with the largest support base ( parts availability,fan support and expertise). Then there's the temptation to make a generic generic cockpit ( which means some compromise) and the software choices..its enough to keep you up at night. So first off my goal is to build a solid base with a strong PC, monitors,software and learn how to make this all work.

    As far as my name, well it was cool when I was a kid and now I'm just dating myself .Its the one everyone knows me by, even family so im stuck.

    Thank you for the welcome its going to be a pleasure to be here im sure.

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    Re: Hello, Odd in Texas here

    Hi,
    I think that you can buy more components for a 737. And because more people build this model, you can also get more help. I am very satisfied with the decision for this model

    Burkhard
    www.Homecockpit-737NG.blogspot.com

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    Re: Hello, Odd in Texas here

    Hi,
    Are ya'll anywhere near Central Texas?
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    Alan.