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    737 shell

    hey guys im new at this so bare with me iv been wanting to start building for a long time
    im not sure where to start anybody have any tips


    i want the frame to be wood
    iv been having trouble finding dimensions so any tips on that would be very helpful
    Jesse

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    Re: 737 shell

    Read through our latest Builder of the Month on the homepage, this guy has made one and i'm sure you'll be able to find lots of information there and in his other forum posts by searching his user name.

    Also Ivar Hestness has done a great job on his too.

    Even if you're not wanting to acheive the same degree of finish as these people, it's still very helpful to see how it was constructed.

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    Re: 737 shell

    - http://www.markuspilot.com/
    - Download section on this site
    - Sites of individual builders, they often document including dimensions
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    Re: 737 shell

    Hi Jesse,
    i have a many pictures from the shell on my Homepage (with dimensions).

    Perhaps it help you.

    Burkhard
    www.Homecockpit-737NG.blogspot.com

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    Re: 737 shell

    Quote Originally Posted by Burkhard View Post
    Hi Jesse,
    i have a many pictures from the shell on my Homepage (with dimensions).

    Perhaps it help you.

    Burkhard
    www.Homecockpit-737NG.blogspot.com
    where are the " dimensions" on your site ?? cant find