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For those who have the money.....personally i think its highly overpriced.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/BOEING-7 ... dZViewItem

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Post by jackpilot »

Nonsense.....plus "ze" fact that there is only one!!
plus shipping from France....let's bitch a bit!!! :lol: :lol:
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the price is nonsense or the fact that i think its overpriced is nonsense ? :wink: :lol: :lol:

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Stef
You must admit that this is the best looking 737 seat we have ever seen...
Air France pay their pilots so much more than anyone else..... they have to wrap their bums in leather!!!!
This being said the price is a nonsense....
Get 20 phidgets for that price and build your own seat (actually easier than most think,)
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Post by dnoize »

well with these prices that is just what i will do, i think.

I allready found myself the seat covers from a 737 seat, so on with the woodwork.....

or i will just spoil myself and use my 2 klm business class seats in my flightdeck......less than 1/10th of the price and with 2 TFT's, phones, tables, stewardess call butten and reclining back rests to sleeping mode....darn....im a spoiled pilot :wink: :lol: :lol:

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Post by Stoney3K »

Don't use those in the flight deck Stef... save 'em for the home theatre in-flight movie in the back... and put the running flight info and music etc. on the TFT's ;)

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doh....ofcourse im not putting them in the flightdeck...where would i leave my pedestal and TQ. :wink:

They are reserved for the 2 stewardesses that will fullfill all my needs during flight ;-)

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They are reserved for the 2 stewardesses that will fullfill all my needs during flight
What happens when they don't want to be members of the "Mile High" club? :shock:
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RocketRod wrote:
They are reserved for the 2 stewardesses that will fullfill all my needs during flight
What happens when they don't want to be members of the "Mile High" club? :shock:
trust me....they will ;-)
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Post by rhys »

Come on we all know that Stef Is the Playboy of the Sim building world!! :D He is the Brad Pitt of Simbuilding!!!

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look whos talking: Mister "i take a fly-attendand home overy night" ;-)

You take rhys to a sim-meeting and instead of flying hes chasing the aerosoft girls ;-)

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Post by DeMuth-Olsen »

I have seats for sale and I won't even sell them close to that ridiculous price. Feel free to check out my website for some upcoming updates! I've come across a huge resource of parts, so if you want to be notified when they are initially advertised, register here if you haven't done so:

http://www.sim737.com/forum/profile.php?mode=register
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hey Chad, will keep an eye on your mailing list. Although shipping will be next to impossible to europe.

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Post by DeMuth-Olsen »

dnoize wrote:hey Chad, will keep an eye on your mailing list. Although shipping will be next to impossible to europe.

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I just shipped a full set of 737 rudder pedal legs to Germany for $194 USD and it took two days to get there. The weight was 22lbs, that should give a rough estimate.
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thats not bad at all....so when is that mailing coming :-)


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