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  1. #2476
    Very odd jobs man and MiGaholic
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    Almost got it done, just the exhaust stains and a few bits left too play with. so I should have it ready for next weekend, I have half a dozen paint schemes including some post WW2 users.
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    Hey Motormouse......

    These are all repaints which I did for the Avia S-199. I think I never uploaded them, as I had understood that the model wasn't exactly a best-seller.......









    Cheers,
    Huub

  3. #2478
    Quote Originally Posted by huub vink View Post
    These are all repaints which I did for the Avia S-199. I think I never uploaded them, as I had understood that the model wasn't exactly a best-seller.......



    Cheers,
    Huub
    Oh, definitely upload Huub, they make a nice addition.

    Ttfn

    Pete

  4. #2479
    Quote Originally Posted by Motormouse View Post
    Oh, definitely upload Huub, they make a nice addition.

    Ttfn

    Pete
    I'll second that Huub, I have that aircraft and additional liveries are always welcome.

    Cheers, Taff
    The grass is always greener on the other side...

    But, it's just as hard to mow!

  5. #2480
    Most certainly thirded.

  6. #2481
    Inspired by one of my very first FS downloads ever......

    https://web.archive.org/web/20050806...anes/American/

    the first entry...

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  7. #2482

    Ship of the Desert



    Here representing one of three Tutors used by Royal Iraqi Air Force , sometime around 1940-41 , (along with their 626 armed variant, Prefect)

    There are certain artist licence taken with this , as I couldn't find a definitive photo.

    ttfn

    Pete
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    This one and the three other ones (see post 2477) are available in the library. These are repaints for the Flight Replicas Avia S-199 and will not fit the recent released S-119 by A.F. Scrub....



    It is a horrible thing to fly, but I personally think it looks even meaner than the average Bf109......

    Cheers,
    Huub

  9. #2484
    enjoy, congrats on us reaching 100 pages btw1! and congrats on 2500 or so posts on this thread as welll!!
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  10. #2485

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    Nice subject Darren, is it always twilight where you are...maybe somewhere near the Poles??

    I appreciate that it's meant to be winter time in the pic, but how about doing the same pic at midday in the summer? Let's see that one!

    Cheers

    Shessi

  11. #2486
    Another little gem I had forgotten about but happy to resurrect!



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  12. #2487
    Quote Originally Posted by huub vink View Post
    This one and the three other ones (see post 2477) are available in the library. These are repaints for the Flight Replicas Avia S-199 and will not fit the recent released S-119 by A.F. Scrub....

    It is a horrible thing to fly, but I personally think it looks even meaner than the average Bf109......

    Cheers,
    Huub
    Already downloaded. Thank you for sharing them with us.

    Taff
    The grass is always greener on the other side...

    But, it's just as hard to mow!

  13. #2488
    Odd one Huub, but I prefer it to the post war Buchon.
    Really nice paints and yes, she's rather recalcitrant to handle, but that's part of the attraction.
    "Illegitimum non carborundum".

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    Bergen by Cees Donker...........





    Westerland-Sylt by Ian Elliot................



    Cheers,
    Huub

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    Stunning vehicle... FS2004? Where can I find it?
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    Haha Robin, I knew it would draw somebodies attention, but had not thought that it would be this fast.....

    The armoured car is a Landverk L180 or Landsverk M38 as the Dutch called it (after Model 1938). This model was made a long time ago by Cees Donker and can be found as static model in his Dutch scenery (can't recall which airfield).

    He started with a drive-able one, but never finished it. I still have the prototype which is one of the vehicles I use to explore the scenery made by people like Cees and Ian. It is even doubtful whether Cees still has it, so you can't find in anywhere except in my screenshots. Today I was playing a bit and did the Germans textures depicting a "beute machine".

    Cheers,
    Huub

    And the original:


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    What a pity, it would be cool to drive around in one of those.. Imagine the fictional paints on it..
    Robin
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  19. #2494
    Cees did make some nice scenery for FS9.

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  20. #2495
    'ATTENTION ATTENTION.....THIS IS THE BOMBER CONTROLLER........'









  21. #2496

    GP fantastic! ha!

    That's a great film of the Vullcans on QRA at Scampton/Wittering/Waddington(?), the smoke that they leave!, but no Blue Steels mounted like yours!

    Great duplication of the film..

    Cheers

    Shessi

  22. #2497
    Itís been almost two years since Iíve used FS9 so I didnít bother checking my controller assignments....got to 15,000 ft before I noticed throttles 3 &4 not mapped and sitting at idle so it was a two engined takeoff!....that explained the judicious use of rudder in the climb which I just assumed was down to the weather and crosswind!....lesson learned in checking flight controls before going Ďon stateí!

  23. #2498
    Quote Originally Posted by Shessi View Post
    GP fantastic! ha!

    That's a great film of the Vullcans on QRA at Scampton/Wittering/Waddington(?), the smoke that they leave!, but no Blue Steels mounted like yours!

    Great duplication of the film..

    Cheers

    Shessi
    Cottesmore....Coningsby ...

    Can't reproduce the noise though ... I remember being at Swinderby @ 1979 ; doing recruit training
    one summer afternoon when a station scramble from Waddington was called (it was the closest front line base) ; all 'square bashing' had to come to a stop as 15 Vulcan's climbed out overhead.

    ttfn

    Pete

  24. #2499


    Another overlooked 'oldie' with many paints available ; CoralFlt F-15

    ttfn

    Pete
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  25. #2500
    CS 757 - Haven't flown her in a long looooooong time.....thought it was time to blow the cobwebs off!


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