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    Wow, Lou! Looks GREAT! I can't wait to try it out! You sure didn't waste any time after stepping off that gangplank. ;-)

    By the way, are we still on for a meeting at CDW this June? I'm on track to have my license on my 17th birthday, May 23. Just logged hour 40! :D

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    Now I've got to look around and see if I still have my manual for starting the APU! :) Used to do that all the time when I was cleaning our RON aircraft, and to have the aircraft all warmed up and ready for passengers and crew. Tuned the radios to a good FM radio station and piped it into the cabin so that I had music to work by. (That was about 18 years ago, so I've probably lost my manual).

    Darrell

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    Matt, June is no problem, just get in touch with me! :-)

    Darrell, starting the APU is child's play. Turn on the battery, turn on one of the fuel pumps just to be sure, and hit the start switch! ;-)

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    Looks great Lou, I can't wait! Thanks for the update.

    P.S. Thanks also for sharing the shots of the QM2 :-)

    -Kevin



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    I'll keep it simple. I'm impressed!

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    Thats looks fantastic and I think it will be well worth the wait! :D Drool, I've always been a 737 Classic addict for some reason!

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    Yeah, but then you've got to turn the packs on, get the heat/AC going, fiddle with the radios to get a good station, etc. :) Get the right cabin lights turned on, get power to the coffee maker so you have something to drink. And, resist the urge to start pushing other buttons, turning knobs. Gotta press the altitude alert buttons and here the "Terrain, Pull Up--Whoop whoop", and all that good stuff. :-lol:-lol

    Darrell

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    Hmmm Lou, That overhead and panel looks oddly familiar<G>
    Glad you mad it back safely. Really enjoyed you r visit..albiet short.
    Best,
    Dave

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    That looks amazing. Will these 737's include the AFIS i think it was called? Captain announcements and the call button and the lady will get you a coffee?

    Very nice

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    Wow Lou, wow!

    Todd :-wave

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