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crazac
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Yea man!! Really diggin that Magnus.

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So many awesome repaints! Thanks to all the repainters!
B377&COTS, J3 Cub, B-17G, Spitfire, P-40, P-51D, C172, C182, Pa28, Pa24, T-6 Texan, L-049&COTS, Bonanza V35B


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Flieger-Marius wrote:Love the mix of chrome and yellow, great work!
Same here.....beautiful job!!!!!

Cheers!!.........and Thank You!!!!!
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crazac wrote:Yea man!! Really diggin that Magnus.
Thanks mate! :-)

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joers182 wrote:Wow! I really like that with the worn effects!
Thank you!
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Soon!

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Greets, Marius

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"Hog Wild Gunner" seems to be one bad a** T-6. Very cool. Will be getting this one for sure

And the Fuerza Aerea Mexico liveries are amazing two. I'll have to look for a bigger hangar I'm afraid :wink:
B377&COTS, J3 Cub, B-17G, Spitfire, P-40, P-51D, C172, C182, Pa28, Pa24, T-6 Texan, L-049&COTS, Bonanza V35B

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Love those Marius!!! love Mexicans!!!

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rebmar wrote:
rolue wrote:
rebmar wrote:Swiss Airforce AT-16 (Noorduyn Aviation Ltd)

Still draft - Download link will follow later.

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Some more Pictures from the Swiss AT-16
https://old.hermannkeist.ch/bilder-nort ... d-iib.html
Wow! Very nice!
Any chance of you doing the other HB T6 also? HB-RCN?

But this one is a download for sure! Thanks for your great work!

Roman

Gesendet von meinem D5803 mit Tapatalk
Hi all,

as promised. The first final release of my Swiss Air Force AT-16 is now ready and can be download using the link below. The AT-16 HB-RDN...former U-323 is now privatly owned and is based on my homebase (LSZF - Birrfeld, Switzerland).


DOWNLOAD LINK :
https://www.dropbox.com/s/h2c9d65hpuuxu ... 3.zip?dl=0

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Enjoy! :)
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Roland

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Two additional Swiss Version :

1) The "23"
2) The U-317 Aggressor ;)

The "23" which was used for the International Air Race at Arcachon , France (1950) . The U-317 got painted orange in September 1966 during the Swiss Army Manouvre "Gotthard".

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Cheers

Roland

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South African Airways Trainer is available for download.

C/N 88-15699, SAAF 7601. The aircraft was built by North American Aviation. Allocated the tail number 41-34067. Diverted from the United States to the RAF with tail number EZ194. Delivered to the SAAF and allocated the tail number 7601. The aircraft was transferred to the Gabon Presidential Guard on the 15th of December 1970 and was identified by the letter 'G'. Returned to the SAAF with its original tail number 7601. The aircraft was rebuilt to airworthy standard and registered ZS-WLP on the 8th of March 1990 and named 'Spook' (Ghost). The aircraft is used for hands on training for a live aircraft and is usually displayed at various air shows and functions.

a vigilant user told me that I forgot to add the readme file. It is done now. Apologies from my side.

Link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/v1zr3qtdtson0 ... p.zip?dl=0

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The Flying Lions Harvard Team sponsored by EQSTRA.

LINK: https://www.dropbox.com/s/7to79lk1amqg3 ... 1.zip?dl=0

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A south African registered Harvard with US Navy paint scheme.

LINK: https://www.dropbox.com/s/a2308wd4kfnj0 ... e.zip?dl=0

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