Air Traffic Controller Takes Work Home, Builds Personal Flight Simulator

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James Price lives a relatively simple life as an air traffic controller and licensed pilot. Oh and he also built a flight simulator in his garage using a real Boeing 737 cockpit.

In the year 2000, Price bought himself the nosecone section and cockpit of a 1967 Boeing 737. Over the last 12-years Price retrofitted his partial fuselage into a personal flight simulator.