Cherokee Finished Paints

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Thanks taildraggin!

While I'm at it, I'll go ahead and share another one of my repaints.

This one is my first repaint for any flight sim aircraft. Long story short, I wanted my main "role-play" aircraft based on a real-world Cherokee. After some searching of used aircraft, I settled on N6316J, currently for sale out of Kokomo, Indiana:

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Download: http://www.mediafire.com/download/3c0c6 ... N6316J.zip

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Again, very nice work :D If you are up to it bastins, there is a thread on the repainters forum trying to get painters for a "community" paint...take a look, be glad to have you on the project.

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Amazing repaints
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N1943T available on avsim here

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taildraggin68 wrote:N1943T available on avsim here

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Just downloaded and installed this beauty! Thanks! Noticed the number N1943T and had to have it as that is the year I was born! Yeah, getting to be an old guy :( Purple is my wife's favorite color so this is a double win :D

Really appreciate your great work!
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A personal request from awash2002, N28G. A fairly simple design inspired by N7866W.

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Download: http://www.mediafire.com/download/m10f1 ... e_N28G.zip

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It looks fantastic
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Nice work there with N1943T Taildraggin'! :) Great stuff too bastions and welcome to repainters club - I particularly like N375G. :) Careful thought - as others have pointed out it's an addictive business and if you're not wary you can spend more time painting the blighters than flying 'em! :lol:

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Nick M wrote:Careful thought - as others have pointed out it's an addictive business and if you're not wary you can spend more time painting the blighters than flying 'em! :lol:
:mrgreen: Unfortunately, I know exactly what you mean.

Anyway, here's the last of the paints that I've already completed. I did this one a little bit ago for use with the Cherokee I "rescued" and brought home for rental in FSEconomy. The tail number, N876PG, is of course from the FSE aircraft, and the livery was inspired by pictures I stumbled upon of the Carenado Piper Cherokee (sorry, I just liked the paint scheme ;) )

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Download: http://www.mediafire.com/download/w1mtx ... N876PG.zip


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Trucker, just lookin at that makes me want to go wash my hands! LOL
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A fairly simple paint scheme, but I like it...

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Get it here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/wtzv5elqc08gp ... J.zip?dl=0

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Me too, thanks! :D
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bastins wrote:
Nick M wrote:Careful thought - as others have pointed out it's an addictive business and if you're not wary you can spend more time painting the blighters than flying 'em! :lol:
:mrgreen: Unfortunately, I know exactly what you mean.

Anyway, here's the last of the paints that I've already completed. I did this one a little bit ago for use with the Cherokee I "rescued" and brought home for rental in FSEconomy. The tail number, N876PG, is of course from the FSE aircraft, and the livery was inspired by pictures I stumbled upon of the Carenado Piper Cherokee (sorry, I just liked the paint scheme ;) )

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Download: http://www.mediafire.com/download/w1mtx ... N876PG.zip
This paint color really caught my eye and I am enjoying this unusually colored Cherokee, what do you think " brandy mousse " ? Beautifully done inside and out. Thank you, Cal

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maubrenta wrote:A fairly simple paint scheme, but I like it...

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Get it here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/wtzv5elqc08gp ... J.zip?dl=0
Beautiful.
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