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    F19_Olli72's Avatar Senior Member
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    Johan Nauwelaertz de Agé is a lucky guy. Somehow he got permission to use parts from a scrapped Viggen to build his own Viggen sim. The airforce cant sell warmaterial to private persons so officially he "borrows" it. Blueprints were provided by Saab. With the assistance of one electrician and three programmers and after 3000 workhours its ready for flying, but not yet complete.

    Article here(in swedish): http://www.aftonbladet.se/vss/nyhete...799656,00.html
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    Johan Nauwelaertz de Agé is a lucky guy. Somehow he got permission to use parts from a scrapped Viggen to build his own Viggen sim. The airforce cant sell warmaterial to private persons so officially he "borrows" it. Blueprints were provided by Saab. With the assistance of one electrician and three programmers and after 3000 workhours its ready for flying, but not yet complete.

    Article here(in swedish): http://www.aftonbladet.se/vss/nyhete...799656,00.html
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    hehe damn! ,maybe i can borrow the Mk XIX spitfire we have here at F11

    ..or probably not
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    nerd LOL



    just like me
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