reltney wrote:I worked at the Pima Air museum when I was training in the A7 and F-16.
Can you smell my envy? Because it's so strong I think it could be smelled.
Oh well I may say - you haven't flown on the Crusader.
Cockpits smells are made mostly by glues and plastics. Same in cars, in planes - fighters and more in general planes with small cabins tends to have stronger odours, by the way.
So earlier in 2019 I've bought a new Ford. When I went to the showroom, waiting for the salesman, I jumped in the new Mondeo (Fusion in the US) and BANG I was back in 1993, in a cold early November afternoon, when my dad, mom, little brother and I went to take the all new Mondeo 1.8. I almost burst into tears