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    Another masterpiece from GAS. Looks beautiful, Paul.
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    GAS N3N WIP Update

    The exterior is essentially complete for the land plane. The seaplane will be developed as well. Currently developing the VC/interior.

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  3. #28
    Excellent! Really looking forward to this one.

  4. #29
    Drop-dead gorgeous!

  5. #30

    You Beaut!!!

    [Rippa!! Count me in too!! As usual with GAS Projects, the attention to detail is striking. Many thanks in advance


    QUOTE=heywooood;1289816]Looks Good, Paul and Co. !!P
    Can't tell ya how long I wanted to fly an N3N in flight sim...
    Best of luck on your upcoming release - I'm sure the folks will love it.[/QUOTE]

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    I'm definitely looking forward to this one as well. Are you still aiming for a Memorial Day release?
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    No we wonít be ready. Real life got in the way. That said it will be worth it when we do. FDE for the land plane is complete. Itís the VC thatís slowing us down. Will keep all updated.

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    That Real Life Stuff

    It just keeps getting in the way! Thanks for the update. Patiently waiting, what's done looks great.

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    Any more pics, possibly of the float model?
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    Our N3N-3 land plane is complete and now working on the float plane version. Weíll get some screens posted soon.
    Thanks for the update. Looking forward to the N3N-3.
    -- WH

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    N3N-3 progress update

    The land plane is virtually complete and in testing, no significant issues to report. Here it is in P3D V5.3
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    N3N-3 Cockpits

    Rear Cockpit




    Front Cockpit


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    Can't wait to get this into my hangar Excellent job GAS team

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    Wow. Thanks for the update. I'm really looking forward to this one.
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  15. #40
    The cockpit looks fantastic. Should be a fun flyer.

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    N3N-3 Float Plane

    In development and nearing completion







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    N3N-3 Float Plane (more)




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    Wow. That looks fantastic.
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  19. #44
    Drop-dead gorgeous plane!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TARPSBird View Post
    Drop-dead gorgeous plane!
    Thanks. All shots were taken in P3D V5.3.

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    A Little History To Share

    I did a search for the N3N at NAF Corry Field which I knew it trained pilots there but came across this N3N in history.navy.mil which I found extremely interesting especially with the float version coming. Here some photos:

    N3N-1 at Corry Field (the scenery is available here) in 1938
    Next is an N3N-1 Float Version in 1940 at NAS Pensacola
    I think the next two are the most interesting taken at the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis in 1957, check out the national insignia and markings. Still painted in trainer yellow. Do you want to add it to the release, Paul?





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    I sent you a pm

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    Here Is My First Repaint

    After testing the floatplane for GAS today, I spent this evening on a repaint I wanted to do when I found it online. So here is a screenshot in FSX off Pautexant MD. You'll find the real photo at USNA Annapolis in the post above.


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    Very nice, great work!

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    thank you

    Quote Originally Posted by SgtT View Post
    Very nice, great work!
    Once I uploaded the textures to FSX and opened it up to fly, I noticed that IMO the NAVY is a bit small compared to photos and I think that I will make "NAVY" a bit larger before Spad54 releases it for sale and I post it in the Library here to share. Fantastic model! I flew a 40 minute flight from KDBN to KPXE the two airports that I created and it handles like a dream. The first shot below is about 20 minutes out over rural Georgia and the next one is lined up on Runway 18 at KPXE.




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