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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtman View Post
    Careful! He's got proton torpedo's...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiekniera View Post
    yeah it's wbs dave, i just finished my wbs conversion after installing back my xp & still lot of work with the others bird
    is it milton a-20 dave? looks nice!
    just got stiz fx_1..Thanks dave !
    Yes, it's Milton's A-20. Still a long way to go on the conversion.
    And your welcome!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sarg Willy View Post
    I like your M_fx Dave , posty please !
    Soon Sarg, soon. I'm blind in one eye and can't see out of the other. My dog is supplying the critique. Seems she's napping all the time.
    (Joking of course)

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiekniera View Post
    Low pass

    Sweet shot!

    Yasuhiko Sasaki's B7A2



    Prop change.

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    Icon22 Just checking the grass.....@ 400+ knots

    Do335a1 - Amer. skin by Revev




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    Dirtman


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    Quote Originally Posted by captmercy View Post
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    What type of aircraft is that Pete? Looks like she has seen some rough service.

  8. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by dvslats View Post
    What type of aircraft is that Pete? Looks like she has seen some rough service.
    Twin Otter
    Ex Reefer Hauling CIA Spook Mobile ( No Major Bullet Holes in This One ) Flew real nice...

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    This P-63A paint was done in honor of my late wife.....




    Pepper L. Weidner 1957-2015

    http://ststcsolda.proboards.com/thre...love-photoshop

    I have been posting a lot more of these types of aged screenshots over in this forum i enjoy going to....great bunch of folks if you enjoy Star Trek!
    "Thats some of the best flying I have ever seen, upto the point that your dead, Never ever leave your wingman!"......Jester, Top Gun

  10. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by wiekniera View Post
    Low pass




    What p-51B file is this from....i want her!!!
    "Thats some of the best flying I have ever seen, upto the point that your dead, Never ever leave your wingman!"......Jester, Top Gun

  11. #36
    Quote Originally Posted by UncleTgt View Post
    4th Dec 1945 Capt Eric Brown makes the first landing of a jet aircraft on a moving deck...

    Baldy aircraft model here ... http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforum...id=50&id=18679

    Model upgrade with textures & jet exhaust effect here ... http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforum...id=50&id=18730
    Thanks for the Sea Vampire....
    "Thats some of the best flying I have ever seen, upto the point that your dead, Never ever leave your wingman!"......Jester, Top Gun

  12. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboy1968 View Post
    This P-63A paint was done in honor of my late wife.....



    Pepper L. Weidner 1957-2015

    I have been posting a lot more of these types of aged screenshots over in this forum i enjoy going to....great bunch of folks if you enjoy Star Trek!
    Really nice sreenies Cowboy! And a fitting memorial.
    I'm very sorry to hear abot your wife.
    Dave
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  15. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by bearcat241 View Post
    I love that Fury, where can i get her!!!! The FJ is one of my favorite versions of the Sabre
    "Thats some of the best flying I have ever seen, upto the point that your dead, Never ever leave your wingman!"......Jester, Top Gun

  16. #41
    Quote Originally Posted by dvslats View Post
    Really nice sreenies Cowboy! And a fitting memorial.
    I'm very sorry to hear abot your wife.
    Dave
    Thanks Brother! The first thing i do, when i bring CFS2 up, is to take a 20 or 30 minute flight in that P-63, and just think about the times that i taught my wife to fly...when she first got to sick and well was forced into bed by the doctors she really loved to learn our sim....she actually started to get good at air combat. She flew when she was tired of all her other distractions...lol.

    God i miss my Angel Love...
    "Thats some of the best flying I have ever seen, upto the point that your dead, Never ever leave your wingman!"......Jester, Top Gun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboy1968 View Post
    I love that Fury, where can i get her!!!! The FJ is one of my favorite versions of the Sabre
    It's actually the SF8 Sabre repaint "F-86F FU-007 "The Black Knight". I don't have a link and don't remember who did it. I thought it might be available here at the SOH, but my search came up empty. I think i have your email addy...

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  18. #43
    That "Black Knight" paint was done by the late Garry Smith for SF8 F-86. I worked with Garry on that particular scheme some years back. I don't think it's available anywhere else, it was an exclusive to Garry's site only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird686 View Post
    I don't think it's available anywhere else, it was an exclusive to Garry's site only.
    Is is still there or do we resort to alternatives for sharing?

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  20. #45
    Garry Smith passed away some time ago and unfortunately most of his website was shut down. Ed Moore still runs the Ford Tri-Motor Project. Garry had planned to turn over the "keys" to his site to his friend Ed Moore but that process never took place, so a lot of the customized paints he did for the SF8 Sabre, as well as a host of other excellent models were lost.... to the best of my knowing. I still have a lot of the paints Garry did for the SF8 F-86 as well as Warwick Carter's P-51 on a back-up somewhere, but it's been a while and for the most part, I've forgotten what they were called. I'll see what I can find and get back with you.

    EDIT: Found Them.

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    Uploading everything to the SOH i hope?...IMHO this would be a great place to preserve Gary's work, all other options aside.

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  22. #47
    Wow so many nice shots guys! keep it up!


    Quote Originally Posted by Cowboy1968 View Post
    What p-51B file is this from....i want her!!!

    It's conversion of Warbirdsim Flight leader

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    A fun plane to fly, I have tried to match that run from Hawaii that Col. Thacker made in this aircraft...took me sixteen hours, my Pepper thought i was nuts...flying the computer and in my late wife's quaint Irish accent, "pissing a good Saturday away!"

    I know my flight made me appreciate all that fuel this thing can haul around. It more then meet the Army Air Forces' requirement for an escort fighter capable of staying with the bombers to and from the target both ways.....They wanted that distance to be a combat radius of 2,000 miles...North American rose to the challenge.....Betty Jo was one of the B model with Packard engines. The next escort model, the F-82E, would use Allison engines and suffered a slight loss in performance, but with what Rolls-Royce wanted in post-war royalties, I think the engine change was the right move....

    The only problem i have with the VB plane is that the national insignia is wrong...every photograph I have found of "Betty Jo" shows the insignia without the red stripe!

    On 27 February 1947, P-82B 44-65168, named Betty Jo and flown by Colonel Robert E. Thacker, made history when it flew nonstop from Hawaii to New York without refueling, a distance of 5,051 mi (8,129 km) in 14 hr 32 min. It averaged 347.5 miles per hour (559.2 km/h). This flight tested the P-82's range. The aircraft carried a full internal fuel tank of 576 US gallons (2,180 l; 480 imp gal), augmented by four 310 US gal (1,173 l; 258 imp gal) tanks for a total of 1,816 US gal (6,874 l; 1,512 imp gal). Also, Colonel Thacker forgot to drop three of his external tanks when their fuel was expended, landing with them in New York.[4]

    To this day, it remains the longest nonstop flight ever made by a propeller-driven fighter, and the fastest such a distance has ever been covered in a piston-engined aircraft (the record for the longest unrefueled flight by a propeller-driven aircraft of any type is held by the Rutan Voyager). The aircraft chosen was an earlier "B" model powered by Rolls-Royce Merlin engines (see "Survivors"
    borrowed from Wikkie
    "Thats some of the best flying I have ever seen, upto the point that your dead, Never ever leave your wingman!"......Jester, Top Gun

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    Nikita's Cruiser

    One massive aircraft, Tu-114.



    Design by Dimitri Samborski, Texture, JAFO.
    Last edited by dvslats; August 11th, 2017 at 04:08.

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