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    F-15 Cockpit For Sale

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/F-15-Jet-Coc...item2a184f1e05

    Interesting F-15 cockpit, complete with glass and looks like it'd be relatively easy to get SOME Of the stuff. I know I saw an F-15 throttle quadrant up not too long ago too...may even still be up.
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    Re: F-15 Cockpit For Sale

    Thats a steal at $500, i'd bite their hands off for that!
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    Re: F-15 Cockpit For Sale

    Quote Originally Posted by Alex Jarratt View Post
    Thats a steal at $500, i'd bite their hands off for that!
    That's just the starting price -(and it has a reserve)
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    Re: F-15 Cockpit For Sale

    It would be nice to see a second one of those in civilian hands! It appears that the VSD and HUD are present, although the HUD is missing the combiner glass.

    Here's more info on it:

    74-0130 (c/n 0106/A091) reported 2005 as having been in use as battle
    damage repair training airframe at Seymour Johnson AFB, SC, but believed now scrapped.

    The main instrument panel has got some serious damage to it and the lower portion of the stick mechanism is missing. It would be a great starting point though. It's a pre-MSIP F-15A. I wouldn't mind snatching some parts off of it for mine.

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