(Deutsch) AIR WAR WW 2 / Luftkrieg Teil 2

Hoffmann
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  • Oswald B.
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    It has been a pleasure for me to meet yout at the air raid at Duxford. I was always keen on getting you and your team to know and to seeing the cockpit panels live on display. In comparison to the real thing I cannot see any difference and can really confirm that you will have the real impression of sitting in front of a original Cockpit from the times when buying Panels from CockpitRockers. Keep going.

    25. July 2017 at 12:21
  • Georg B.
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    I’ve seen the panels on display at the Duxford Flying Legends Air Show this July, and I was impressed by them. As I had the opportunity to get a closer look into one Spitfire Cockpit, I can tell you they look like the real thing. Well done, and all the best for the Team of CockpitRockers.

    25. July 2017 at 11:58
  • Andreas G.
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    Some time ago I had the pleasure to visit CockpitRockers and to get an introduction into the current portfolio of Cockpit Panels available. I was impressed by the quality and authenticity of the instrument panels. I can only show my highest respect for the work. There are also, as a reference, the original historic panels from the Me109 G6, Spitfire MKII and P51, as there where in use at the Battle of Britain, on display. It is remarkable that e.g. the Spitfire MK II is a real MK II and not a mixture between different Types as it is very often the case at exhibitions. The collection of these parts alone took a long time, as it is today not very easy to get the authentic instruments on the market. It is also remarkable to see the different size of the individual panels, getting an impression about the dimension and related comfort within the respective fighter cockpit.
    In addition I compared, just for fun and as a reference, the CockpitRockers Panel for the Me109 G6 with the cockpits on display at the well-known page of the German Lufwaffe http://www.germanluftwaffe.com and could also get confirmation of the high quality and historic authenticity of the cockpit panels on stock.
    I wish the team of CockpitRockers all the best for the future and Good Luck.

    11. May 2016 at 17:53
  • Andreas G.
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    Habe mir vor einiger Zeit die Cockpits einmal im „Original“ angesehen, und kann dem Team von CockpitRockers nur gratulieren. Die Instrumentenbretter der 3 Cockpits sind wirklich sehr gut geworden und brauchen Vergleiche mit originalen Panels, die im Übrigen vor Ort ebenfalls zu sehen sind, nicht zu scheuen. Zumal es sich bei dem Spitfire Cockpit wirklich um eine Mark II Ausführung handelt, für die ein kompletter Instrumentensatz nur mehr sehr selten zu bekommen ist, und nicht um eine Mischung aus Mark II bis Mark XII, wie man sie häufiger antrifft. Interessant sind auch die Größenunterschiede der einzelnen Panels im Vergleich zu sehen, und lassen einen Eindruck entstehen über die Platzverhältnisse, die in den jeweiligen Cockpits geherrscht haben.
    Habe mir für die Me109 G6 auch mal den Spass gemacht und das Panel mit den hervorragenden Cockpitpanels von http://www.deutscheluftwaffe.de/ verglichen, und auch da kann man die Qualitätsarbeit der CockpitRockers deutlich erkennen.
    Wünsche dem Team viel Erfolg mit der Vermarktung der heimlichen „Fliegerträume“.

    11. May 2016 at 16:24

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