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    Mystery Cockpit (Contest Ended, Congratulations to Golfbravo!)

    As you may know, I have not yet revealed my cockpit. I have decided to reveal it in a guessing game.

    Hints:
    -Not based on a Boeing, Airbus, or General aviation
    -The aircraft is twin-engine
    -It is still in service today, though not many of them are left

    Good Luck!

    (As more people guess, I will post more hints and maybe a few cropped pics of the real aircraft)

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    Re: Mystery Cockpit

    Lockheed L10-11 Tristar

    ?
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    Re: Mystery Cockpit

    Nope. But that would be cool.

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    Re: Mystery Cockpit

    F28, or Fokker 70.

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    Re: Mystery Cockpit

    BAC 1-11 ??

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    Re: Mystery Cockpit

    Quote Originally Posted by mach7 View Post
    F28, or Fokker 70.
    Nope, though the f28 would be nice if the project Fokker one worked in X. It has port-over issues.

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    Re: Mystery Cockpit

    Quote Originally Posted by flymo001 View Post
    BAC 1-11 ??
    I almost did that one. Unfortunately, David Maltby's 1-11 doesn't work properly in X. The APU doesn't Start.

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    Re: Mystery Cockpit

    DC9? Though if you count the MD-80 and MD-90 as being the same family, there's still lots of them flying. Or for a really random wild guess, the Caravelle? I flew in one of those once as a child and I remember being unimpressed, but there are a bunch of them still flying.

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    Re: Mystery Cockpit

    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Hewitt View Post
    DC9? Though if you count the MD-80 and MD-90 as being the same family, there's still lots of them flying. Or for a really random wild guess, the Caravelle? I flew in one of those once as a child and I remember being unimpressed, but there are a bunch of them still flying.
    I've been in the DC9/MD80s many times. I've never been a fan of them. I know little about the Carvelle. All good guesses, but no.

    For those who have already guessed, feel free to guess again.

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    Re: Mystery Cockpit

    I think it's time for a clue...

    Year first manufactured? .. perhaps.
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