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Lewis - A2A
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Another great paint Al!
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trucker17 wrote:Here is a new custom interior for the Comanche.
Here is my first contribution to the Comanche.
Available soon at your local shop.
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Features include.
Burlwood cluster
burlwood trim
burlwood control wheels
Carbon Fibre dash
Green leather and fabric seats and panels

Downloads here.
http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/l ... nkid=19833
http://www.lockonfiles.com/files/file/3 ... -interior/
Somehow I lost the interior :oops: and was wondering where I could find it again as the links here do not work any more :?: . Any help would be greatly appreciated :idea:

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Tug002 wrote:
trucker17 wrote:Here is a new custom interior for the Comanche.
Here is my first contribution to the Comanche.
Available soon at your local shop.
Features include.
Burlwood cluster
burlwood trim
burlwood control wheels
Carbon Fibre dash
Green leather and fabric seats and panels

Downloads here.
http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/l ... nkid=19833
http://www.lockonfiles.com/files/file/3 ... -interior/
Somehow I lost the interior :oops: and was wondering where I could find it again as the links here do not work any more :?: . Any help would be greatly appreciated :idea:

Keep smiling
Tug :)
Hi
I've just redownloaded this Custom_Interior.zip from this link at sim-outhouse

http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/l ... nkid=19833

Cheers

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Hey there gmazzei, just downloaded the interior. :D Thank you very much :D

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I would love this one

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Davwills01 wrote:I would love this one
Hey there Davwills01, you can get that at this link.
http://www.sim-outhouse.com/sohforums/l ... nkid=19833

If I am right you have to be a member to download but it is not hard to join and is a good site.

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N7773P IS now up at Avsim...

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Beautiful work Cody!
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Lewis - A2A wrote:Beautiful work Cody!
Thank you Lewis...
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That's a beaut, Cody!
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I agree. She's a beauty. Very nicely done!
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Been absent for a while and now with my new acquisition I worked on this one. Been inspired by a paint I once saw on a 182.
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Props have been reworked

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Interior had to fit the expensive outer paint job!
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I have made some more changes to the panel colours.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/yw68id7g8xznv ... k.zip?dl=0
Last edited by ebo on 11 Jan 2016, 12:05, edited 1 time in total.
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Wow that's cool Ebo. I like the leading edge and the tip tanks sort of in the old school Beech Bonaza style and the wood panel. Great colors too. That very rich red (candy apple?). Very nice.

What skyline is that on the side of the fuselage? I guess it's a Canadian city? Looks like a lot of work!
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Piper_EEWL wrote:Wow that's cool Ebo. I like the leading edge and the tip tanks sort of in the old school Beech Bonaza style and the wood panel. Great colors too. That very rich red (candy apple?). Very nice.

What skyline is that on the side of the fuselage? I guess it's a Canadian city? Looks like a lot of work!
Thanks for your kind words.

Actually got no idea which city skyline that is. Found it among many on the net.

It kept me busy for a while ;) About 2 full days.
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ebo wrote: Thanks for your kind words.

Actually got no idea which city skyline that is. Found it among many on the net.

It kept me busy for a while ;) About 2 full days.
We (as in the community) need to thank you and everyone else of the talented repainters for putting in all the work and sharing it with us. It adds so much fun to flying those awesome planes with different liveries. So thank you for that!

2 days :shock: ? Do you actually get to fly it too? :wink:
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