Finished Repaints

The world's most popular advanced trainer of WWII
jcblom
Senior Master Sergeant
Posts: 1798
Joined: 26 Aug 2008
Location: Hoeilaart, Belgium

Re: Finished Repaints

Post jcblom »

addman wrote:Hate to be a nitpicker jankees but I think I've found a small spelling error
It says "BRANDSLÄKARE" when it should be reading "BRANDSLÄCKARE". Instead of saying "fire extinguisher" it is currently saying "firedoctor" basically. :lol: Otherwise VERY NICE paintjob!

Cheers!/Andreas
Oh dear....it will be wrong in the other one too then... I'll see if I can make an update tomorrow....too many languages, jag finns att svenska är svårt...
FS painter at the Hangar
You'll find most of my paints here.

mangotango
Airman First Class
Posts: 62
Joined: 17 Jan 2013
Location: CH, Bolligen
Contact:

Re: Finished Repaints

Post mangotango »

CAPFlyer wrote:
Thank you for doing this one! Carl's just a really nice guy and seeing this plane (the one he and his dad restored before he passed) is just all levels of great. It's always great to have all the "know it alls" at airshows talk about how they've never seen a "Soviet T-6" before.... :)
Hi CAPFlyer - thank you for checking in! I'm really glad you like it and I hope Carl will enjoy seeing it when done as well. I seem to not know to much about this airplane nor the story behind it. If you would be so kind filling in what I so obviously are missing. PleasePM me if you want.

mangotango
Airman First Class
Posts: 62
Joined: 17 Jan 2013
Location: CH, Bolligen
Contact:

Re: Finished Repaints

Post mangotango »

jcblom wrote:
addman wrote:Hate to be a nitpicker jankees but I think I've found a small spelling error
It says "BRANDSLÄKARE" when it should be reading "BRANDSLÄCKARE". Instead of saying "fire extinguisher" it is currently saying "firedoctor" basically. :lol: Otherwise VERY NICE paintjob!

Cheers!/Andreas
Oh dear....it will be wrong in the other one too then... I'll see if I can make an update tomorrow....too many languages, jag finns att svenska är svårt...
LoL
Yes Jankees Swedish might not be the most easy language to master. You can always ask me if you want... You know where to find me
:-)

jcblom
Senior Master Sergeant
Posts: 1798
Joined: 26 Aug 2008
Location: Hoeilaart, Belgium

Re: Finished Repaints

Post jcblom »

Tack så mycket!
Det var lättare än jag trodde, ny version finns nu på OZx.

or translated:
Thank you so much!
It was easier then I thought, a new paint is now on OZx
FS painter at the Hangar
You'll find most of my paints here.

User avatar
addman
Staff Sergeant
Posts: 393
Joined: 11 May 2012
Location: Swede in Finland =)

Re: Finished Repaints

Post addman »

You're the man jankees! Thank you!

Cheers!/Andreas
Cheers!/Andreas


Image
Image

eker
Senior Airman
Posts: 106
Joined: 21 Feb 2015

Re: Finished Repaints

Post eker »

Choices....
Choices....
:roll:

When to fly?

Feels like a kid on shopping with dads unlimited credit card...

THANK YOU ALL!!
8)

Kenneth Kerr
Airman
Posts: 15
Joined: 27 Mar 2016

Re: Finished Repaints

Post Kenneth Kerr »

jcblom wrote:Tack så mycket!
Det var lättare än jag trodde, ny version finns nu på OZx.

or translated:
Thank you so much!
It was easier then I thought, a new paint is now on OZx
----------------------------

Hi Jan,

Question.. How to make some Canadians happy.
Answer.... Paint these!

http://harvards.dedicatedhearts.com/wp- ... n-Team.jpg

Regards,
Kenneth J Kerr

NOTE.. Image by the great aviation photographer Eric Dumigan, and hosted on the website of Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association. I've had the good fortune of flying in the two aircraft in the middle of the formation!

jcblom
Senior Master Sergeant
Posts: 1798
Joined: 26 Aug 2008
Location: Hoeilaart, Belgium

Re: Finished Repaints

Post jcblom »

what, all four of them?
FS painter at the Hangar
You'll find most of my paints here.

Manor
Senior Airman
Posts: 194
Joined: 14 Feb 2011

Re: Finished Repaints

Post Manor »

:)
Last edited by Manor on 09 Apr 2016, 02:01, edited 1 time in total.
Image
Image

speedy70
Senior Master Sergeant
Posts: 1876
Joined: 28 Aug 2008
Location: Devon,UK

Re: Finished Repaints

Post speedy70 »

Hi Jankees the shiny repaint you did 144 was done by Alan

eighty fifty five.

Cheers Chris

trucker17
Senior Master Sergeant
Posts: 2470
Joined: 16 Sep 2011
Contact:

Re: Finished Repaints

Post trucker17 »

4133045 (TA 045) is a North American T-6G Texan C/N 182-38

Construction Number (C/N): 182-38
Aircraft Type: Fixed wing single engine
Number of Seats: 2
Number of Engines: 1
Engine Type: Reciprocating
Engine Manufacturer and Model: Pratt & Whitney R-1340-AN-1 Wasp
Aircraft: North American T-6G Texan
Registration Number: HB-RDC
Alternative Code/Name: TA-045
Current Status: Crashed on October 27, 2007
Address: Switzerland

Download.
http://www.mediafire.com/download/ma9a2 ... TA-045.zip

Image
Image
Image
Real plane.
Image
Image
Image


Image
Image

User avatar
Ian Warren
Senior Master Sergeant
Posts: 1541
Joined: 19 Jul 2008
Location: EX- Christchurch now called "Wobblyville" New Zealand
Contact:

Re: Finished Repaints

Post Ian Warren »

Looking superb Craig 8)
Image

trucker17
Senior Master Sergeant
Posts: 2470
Joined: 16 Sep 2011
Contact:

Re: Finished Repaints

Post trucker17 »

Thanks Ian.
Image
Image


Image
Image

User avatar
crazac
Technical Sergeant
Posts: 507
Joined: 02 Sep 2014

Re: Finished Repaints

Post crazac »

Yea man. Looks Great. ...and fast.

trucker17
Senior Master Sergeant
Posts: 2470
Joined: 16 Sep 2011
Contact:

Re: Finished Repaints

Post trucker17 »

thanks
Image
Image


Image
Image

new reply

Return to “T-6 "Texan"”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 0 guests