Civil Air Patrol 182T

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Ron Attwood
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Civil Air Patrol 182T

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The Civil Air Patrol's newest acquisition, N270CP based in Arkansas. This one actually IS a C182T!

The tan interior is by TimHH a.k.a. Tim Scharnhop, for which I'm indebted.

As usual, the real one:

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And mine:

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I'll upload it to AVSIM as soon as I get Tim's OK. :D
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Looks great Ron.

regards Chris

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Yes, very nice job, can't wait.

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Re: Civil Air Patrol 182T

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Hi Ron,

that looks great!

And of course you can use the textures :)

Greetings
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Ron Attwood
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Thank you Tim, thank you all. I'm putting it on AVSIM as we speak. If you can't wait check out my signature and follow your nose. :D
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Thanks Ron - following it now...

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Great job! As a fellow CAP crew member, I will enjoy flying this one.

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I wondered how long before a CAP repaint turned up, didnt think you would be the one to paint it first though Ron, how very un-blighty of you hehe :mrgreen: 8) A great repaint, very nice.

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Re: Civil Air Patrol 182T

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Yes I must admit that I thought you had gone a little haywire Ron.

There aren't a lot of them in Essex are there!!!!

Regards and thanks again
Chris

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Thanks Ron.

Beautiful work (as always).

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Just before the C172 came out, I was wading through pictures and saw the CAP. "That's my first paint for the 172" I said. Well that was short lived! :roll:

Lewis, I spend most of my time flying in PNW etc, so U.S. registrations win. :D

Rob, I read your signature with interest. You forgot one thing...

All round smart arse :D :D
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Ron Attwood wrote:Just before the C172 came out, I was wading through pictures and saw the CAP. "That's my first paint for the 172" I said. Well that was short lived! :roll:

Lewis, I spend most of my time flying in PNW etc, so U.S. registrations win. :D

Rob, I read your signature with interest. You forgot one thing...

All round smart arse :D :D
You and me both Ron, very nice paint! Thank You!

Steve

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Went to AVSIM, not finding it????

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Great looking CAP paint. I'll have to pass these pics on to our local CAP members out at the Air Museum I work at.

Keep the shiny side up and the dirty side down!

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