Private pilot builds flight simulator using 737 cockpit

Private pilot James Price, of Pleasanton, Calif., built a flight simulator, which is housed in his three-car garage. The simulator is embedded in the cockpit nose of a 1969 Boeing 737. "You can fly to basically any airport in the world," Price said of the simulator. "There's terrain scenery for the entire world. It has a complete weather system in it with real-time weather from the Internet."

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