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Alan_A wrote:I can think of several big file sites that aren't nearly as clear or easy to use. Well done!
Agree to 100%
Greets, Marius

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Thank you guys! Very much appreciated for your feedback!
Sorry for not checking in here to often...

I wish you all a Happy New Year!!!

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You're very welcome... no worries... and a happy new year to you as well!

I'm currently installing your French AF T-6s, so they can accompany my Group 2/33 Mustangs. It all makes my avatar quite happy... 8)
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/hwx5gwwjxk129 ... 3.zip?dl=0

The Wirraway was an Australian built version of the T-6 Texan and was operated in both training and combat roles in the Pacific during World War 2.
A20-103 represented here and flown by Pilot Officer J. S. Archer actually engaged and shot down a Japanese fighter over New Guinea on 12 December 1942.
She now resides on display at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.

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Thanks for a truly stunning looking repaint - duly nabbed!!!! Can't wait to install it!

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Adam_NZ wrote:Thanks for a truly stunning looking repaint - duly nabbed!!!! Can't wait to install it!

Adam.
Thanks Adam, many hours in this one (and enjoyed every moment :D)

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An example of a real flying Wirraway for comparison :P

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Picture of A20-103 after the Air-to-Air Victory

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Wow, that's a cracking repaint! 8) 8)

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Lewis - A2A wrote:Wow, that's a cracking repaint! 8) 8)

cheers,
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When I bought the Texan I didn't even know the Wirraway was it's cousin, only when I started researching did I make the connection. Thanks to A2A when I see one at the next airshow it will make it so much more interesting!

https://youtu.be/coVY_MB_IlI

Thanks Lewis!

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Here you go, Ben ... many thanks!!!!

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Love that ribbing on the fuselage!

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Adam_NZ wrote:Here you go, Ben ... many thanks!!!!

Love that ribbing on the fuselage!

Adam.
Wow, those photos are fantastic and really show off the plane! Yeah the Wirraway has canvas sides from what I understand so it's was important that I represented them best I could. Thanks for the post Adam and glad you're enjoying it :D

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Awesome repaint :D

Adam_NZ, could you also upload this beauty to avsim.net, flightsim.com or another FS file hoster, to keep this paint for posterity?
Check my overviews of C172, Cherokee 180, C182 Skylane, Comanche 250 and Texan repaints.

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rjoosterloo wrote:Awesome repaint :D

Adam_NZ, could you also upload this beauty to avsim.net, flightsim.com or another FS file hoster, to keep this paint for posterity?
It's Ben you should be asking to do that - it's his [wonderful] repaint. I just took the pics!

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Adam_NZ wrote:
rjoosterloo wrote:Awesome repaint :D

Adam_NZ, could you also upload this beauty to avsim.net, flightsim.com or another FS file hoster, to keep this paint for posterity?
It's Ben you should be asking to do that - it's his [wonderful] repaint. I just took the pics!

Adam.
Ah, sorry about that. Then the question is to Ben :wink:
Check my overviews of C172, Cherokee 180, C182 Skylane, Comanche 250 and Texan repaints.

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one more paint from me:
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