|Re: [simpits-tech] BF 109 G-6 Replica Cockpit (fwd) [message #2750 is a reply to message #2749 ]
||Wed, 07 March 2012 15:51
| Sean Galbraith
Registered: February 2009
I'd agree, they look like Flight Illusions..|
I've seen a full Kingair setup of their gauges. Quite nice, but too
pricy for this kid!
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> Subject: Re: [simpits-tech] BF 109 G-6 Replica Cockpit (fwd)
> On Wed, 7 Mar 2012, Roy Coates wrote:
> > On 7 March 2012 16:44, Gene Buckle <email@example.com> wrote:
> >> Get a load of the 'pit this guy has built. He's done a great job!
> > Amazing job. The panel and the stick are beautiful. What's he using
> > drive the instruments though? I don't recognise the PCB.
> If I'm deciphering the text right, the instruments are from Flight
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