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    737 eyebrow work

    These are our 737NG eyebrows, produced from a 3D model we took of the actual cockpit. The full ones you see here (including the white triangular upper panel) are quite large and costly for shipping. Therefore we also produced another model (with just the dark grey portion) to allow people who want to just get this harder-to-make portion ready-made and use a flat material for the rest of the panel. These are available painted as you see here and rough for those of you who want to save a buck and have a more hands on experience.








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    Re: 737 eyebrow work

    Are they for sale? Where?

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    Re: 737 eyebrow work

    These were available in limited quantities as part of a trial run. If there is enough interest, we might run another batch of half or full panels. These would be shipped from Istanbul, Turkey.

    By the way, even though its hidden in the details (last pics) I noticed that I failed to mention the material in the earlier post. It is obviously fiberglass.

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    Re: 737 eyebrow work

    What would the price point be? I might be interested in a set (painted) for the Capt/SO sides...

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    Re: 737 eyebrow work

    Hi Efe, very interested mate! I'm next on the list for a pair from Nick at APHS but yours look great, like the other guys, how much?!!! It is great to see these hard to get parts being manufactured!
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    Re: 737 eyebrow work

    If the price is ok than you can count me in.

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    Re: 737 eyebrow work

    Thank you everyone for the interest. I've also gotten quite a few PMs inquiring about further details and especially pricing. We will be working on getting a price to you within next week, once the packaging details are settled.

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    Re: 737 eyebrow work

    Who are "we"?

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    Re: 737 eyebrow work

    We are a group of 5 individuals that have been cockpit building for the last 4 years, including working with some airlines for their training devices.

    The eyebrows look like they will be priced at $100 painted per side.
    If an individual buys a complete set, it will come out to $180 plus shipping.

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    Re: 737 eyebrow work

    Will you be building any other interior liners? Looks great!

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