The back wall (back wall) of the Capt I is composed of following parts:

  • Dome light with opbouwblokje back wall;
  • Circuit breaker panel, P18-1 (Nav);
  • Circuit breaker panel P18-2 (Inst & Comm);
  • Circuit breaker panel, P18-3 (Anti-Ice, & Lighting);
  • Head phone dummy panel;
  • Development with housing for cup holder and ashtray;
  • Cup holder and ashtray;
  • Ad Grimes light;
  • Flashlights with holder;
  • Dummy ‘observer seat’ with pillows, pad holder and ‘safety belt’;
  • Maphouder;
  • Amp-stickers-CB";
  • Decals with panelnummering and inscriptions;
  • Circuit breaker button caps;
  • Nis with upper rail window P2;
  • Ad " upper rail window P2’.



During the construction of my cockpit, I have usually kept to the layout and components that are to be found in the B737-800 of Ryanair.

For example, in the Ryanair boeings 2 flashlights to find under the jumpseat.

Real version


The lookalike-flashlights I have found in a local legerstock. First, I have these flashlights come with a primer (spray can).
This is followed by a coat of satin. The color that I have used is light grey (RAL7035).



The holder in which the flashlight is what's handiwork. With overschotjes of mdf-panels, I was directed to the images of the real instance and the size of my flashlights.

The various pieces of mdf are against each other, glued and then sanded to the correct shape and lookalike.
The whole is in the seams and corners filled with putty and afterwards again bijgeschuurd.
Everything is in the primer set, and thereafter varnished in satin-light grey (RAL7035).

On the inside of the bulb holders I have a few aluminum clips placed the flashlights on their place.




Translated by Yandex.Translate and Global Translator