Large cabin

With the cockpits assembled onto the cabins.

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On the Matchbox the cabin is separate to the cockpit, so starting with the floor

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The bulkheads go in

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Followed by the seat legs and backs (Vital to build these together for alignment.

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Then the cross braces

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And the seat squabs, a little fiddling was required to figure out the best fit, it seems the squabs pull the legs into tension for a solid assembly

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Finally a jump seat on the cabin wall, it’s opposite number will be assembled later in the deployed position.

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