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Title: Selling my 737 Sim
Post by: Speedbird17 on April 19, 2016, 12:29:58 PM
This Sim on this website is up for sale  www.737-800bbj.com (http://www.737-800bbj.com)

Check it out and if you are seriously interested please contact me. Time wasters will not receive a reply.

The Sim is in North West London, close to Heathrow, and the buyer arranges collection.

It will also require quite a bit of dismantling, labelling etc - it is after all a fully functioning, full size 737 that I have built over the past 10 years using parts from all over the world, including real parts (e.g. seats).

Not much point in listing what the sale covers, suffice to say everything that makes the Sim work today must go and that includes the PCs, projectors, etc. 

Serious interested parties can contact me to discuss further, arrange a visit, fly the sim and discuss price. I would imagine, given the difficulty of shipping this, that it would suit a UK buyer.

Finally, for those wondering why?  I don't use the sim much these days and I have come to realise that I much preferred the building of it to flying it.

Ralph
Title: Re: Selling my 737 Sim
Post by: idj4 on April 21, 2016, 07:45:58 AM
Hi.

Is this definitely a complete sale, or are you considering selling parts individually?

Thanks.. Ian
Title: Re: Selling my 737 Sim
Post by: Speedbird17 on April 23, 2016, 06:07:07 AM
Prefer complete sale but if it doesn't sell then I may sell in parts
Title: Re: Selling my 737 Sim
Post by: 737man on April 24, 2016, 12:21:07 AM
Looking for a compass if you are selling one cheers...
Title: Re: Selling my 737 Sim
Post by: swvhhh on April 24, 2016, 09:58:28 AM
If you decide to sell it in parts, I'm interested in the following:

-Overheads (Forward and Aft)
-Throttle Quadrant (if motorised)

I can pick them up in person in London.
Title: Re: Selling my 737 Sim
Post by: LloydyG on August 04, 2016, 07:27:32 AM
Hello Ralph

I've just started my retirement "project" and am waiting for FDS to deliver the cockpit and MIP and already have my motorised TQ ...

If you do decide to strip yours down into parts, I'd possibly be interested in seats, yokes and pedals

I'm based in Cambridge but have access to a large van!

Regards

Graham
Title: Re: Selling my 737 Sim
Post by: LloydyG on August 04, 2016, 07:29:23 AM
Sorry Ralph - I meant to add that I'm currently using 3 50" monitors - but eventually would want to install a NatVis wrap around and projectors - can't tell if that's what you have?

Graham
Title: Re: Selling my 737 Sim
Post by: Nat Crea on August 04, 2016, 07:06:40 PM
Hi Graham,

From memory Ralph had a home built 3 sided flat screen setup.

Nat
Title: Re: Selling my 737 Sim
Post by: Speedbird17 on August 11, 2016, 01:44:51 PM
OK, sim didn't sell as a full Sim so parts going up for sale here

www.737-800bbj.com (http://www.737-800bbj.com)

Thanks

Ralph
Title: Re: Selling my 737 Sim
Post by: Aztrucker on August 11, 2016, 04:29:14 PM
Hi

I'm interested in seats and pedestal incl fire panel

Cheers
Title: Re: Selling my 737 Sim
Post by: Aerosim Solutions on August 13, 2016, 07:18:19 PM
Hi Ralph,
I hesitated on buying your CPFlight Audio Select panels which I now regret! If they are still available, I will buy them.

If so, my apologies for two trips to the post office!

Cheers Gwyn