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    737 overhead panels

    Moving forward with the flight sim business. Here is one of our latest packages. Can be bought separately or complete sets. These are made just like the real panels that are in airliners, no white plastic. Extremely high quality. For now, can be bought at my e-bay store. items in Innovative Flight Simulator Product store on eBay!

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    Re: 737 overhead panels

    that looks fantastic, Joe. What is the thickness of the panels ? Are you planning on making aft overhead panels soon ?

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    Re: 737 overhead panels

    Any chance of making a complete fwd overhead?

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    Re: 737 overhead panels

    Quote Originally Posted by tiburon View Post
    that looks fantastic, Joe. What is the thickness of the panels ? Are you planning on making aft overhead panels soon ?
    Tiburon the thickness is the standard .25" (6mm). The aft overhead is finished. We just have not got them on e-bay yet. We are going to be opening an online store very soon and all the 737 stuff will be on there.

    Quote Originally Posted by ohsirus View Post
    Any chance of making a complete fwd overhead?
    Ohsirus we do make the complete overhead. You save about eighty-dollars purchasing the overhead package. My wife takes care of that side of the business. I'll have her contact you with the specifics on that. I believe it's a twenty-five dollar deposit on all orders that are not on in stock. My wife can be reached for further questions at innovativefsp@gmail.com
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    Re: 737 overhead panels

    Sounds great. Can't wait to try some aft overhead panels.

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    Re: 737 overhead panels

    I'm in the market for an aft overhead... do you have pricing worked out?

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    Re: 737 overhead panels

    Quote Originally Posted by fsaviator View Post
    I'm in the market for an aft overhead... do you have pricing worked out?

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    Warren please check your PM. Thank you.

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    Re: 737 overhead panels

    Done. Thanks