RNZAF NZ974 Cammo, No.2 OTU, Ohakea, circa 1942

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RNZAF NZ974 Cammo, No.2 OTU, Ohakea, circa 1942

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Soon the be released on avsim, includes repainted pilots.

Picture of the real one:
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NZ974 76-3831 Mk II Previously AJ861.
From British Purchasing Mission contracts. Shipped to New Zealand on "Hauraki" in December 1941 and assembled at Hobsonville.
BOC 05 January 1942. Declared surplus on SR416/58 and sold by GSB tender number 7078 to Bennett Aviation Ltd., Te Kuiti for two hundred pounds.
Price included Pratt and Whitney R1340=ANI engine serial number 9005.
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Damn, I have a new fav :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: 8) 8) 8)

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Re: RNZAF NZ974 Cammo, No.2 OTU, Ohakea, circa 1942

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Awesome, I can not wait to see more RNZAF repaints from you! Nice work 😎

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Re: RNZAF NZ974 Cammo, No.2 OTU, Ohakea, circa 1942

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Hi,

Thanks for the nice words, the download is up and running

:fsx: :p3d: :arrow: https://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?C ... LID=210623

Enjoy!

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Just grabbed it will take for a flight later today.

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Re: RNZAF NZ974 Cammo, No.2 OTU, Ohakea, circa 1942

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Darn :shock: , just discovered that i put the wrong roundel on the plane...

A.1
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instead of the

A.2
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Feel a update coming... :roll: :oops:

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Give us a heads up when the updates posted please. 8)

I dont think yours looks out of place though when next to photo, its not as thick as A1 yellow band it seems?

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Re: RNZAF NZ974 Cammo, No.2 OTU, Ohakea, circa 1942

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Hi Lewis,
Lewis - A2A wrote:
05 Jun 2019, 05:01
I dont think yours looks out of place though when next to photo, its not as thick as A1 yellow band it seems?
Seems indeed more a A2 roundel with a bit thicker yellow edge then the example above.

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Re: RNZAF NZ974 Cammo, No.2 OTU, Ohakea, circa 1942

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Another KIWI inbound:

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Previously AJ877. From British Purchasing Mission contracts.
Shipped to New Zealand on "Hauraki" in December 1941 and assembled at Hobsonville.
BOC 05 January 1942.
To ATS, Woodbourne by May 1944.
Declared surplus on SR416/58 and sold by GSB tender number 7078 to Bennett Aviation Ltd., Te Kuiti for two hundred pounds.
Price included Pratt and Whitney R1340-ANI engine serial number 9027.
Remains noted at scrapyard in Bexley, Christchurch in January 1962 prior to melting down.
Download: https://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?C ... LID=210728
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Cracking stuff, posted to the FB page 8) 8) More excuses to take the Texan out for a ground loop or tweo, or three :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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