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    Talking New Glareshield.

    Recieved the Glareshield from Engravity and have mounted it on the MIP.
    Just have to mount the fire warning switch and Master Caution Switch + the 6 packs.
    Will do that this weekend.

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    Wow Martin.. Very nice indeed! I was at your website. Nice work!
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    I agree, thats got (wow) factor...

    I wish I was more into heavy metal as the heavy metal cockpits always look so much more amazing than their GA counterparts.

    Love the way you have photographed all the steps through the project on your site. It really shows all the hard work thats gone into it.

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    Thanx guys fot the kaind words
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    That looks great. No exposed wiring like on the Boeing 727.

    Glareshield have come a long way in 40 years.
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    Today I have mounted the Warning switch/Master Caution Switch + the 6 packs to the Glarewings, I`ll wait with interfacing of the hardware until I have received the MIP Stand from Aerodeckengineering and the new IBL/MIP Panels from FDS, feels a bit overkill to solder all the wires and then dismantle the entire MIP and then do the soldering all over again.

    One shoot of the work, more photos on my webpage.

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    Very nice.

    One comment though, are the six-pack annunciators all one sheet of plastic on the real bird? Just wondering. I don't know much about the NG series.
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    Thanx.

    Yes the annunciators on the six pack`s are on one plastic sheet.

    http://www.airliners.net/open.file?i...FP&photo_nr=28
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