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trucker17
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I added a mediafire link for those who cant access SOH.
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ebo wrote:The long wait is over. ZU-FLM can be downloaded from here.
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Link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/iled54jv4yxwt ... m.zip?dl=0
Good to see that in the final version you even gave attention to the pilots. Flying suit as well as arm badge! Thumbs up to you! Hope all repainters give attention to this finer detail.
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Thanks for your kind words, Hermann.

I am glad you like the paint. Enjoy!
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What font did you use for the word "Lackland"?

Great job BTW.

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zsoltfireman wrote:F-AZDU

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Soon!
The 1943 roundel should be outlined in red, not gold.

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pjc747 wrote:
zsoltfireman wrote:F-AZDU

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Soon!
The 1943 roundel should be outlined in red, not gold.
Ummmm, do a Google Image search for this aircraft. This repaint is spot on perfect!

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Here is ZU-BEJ the Flying Lions 2008 livery.

Thanks for your patience and kind words.

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https://www.dropbox.com/s/y11tg6mvhd6ru ... j.zip?dl=0

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Thanks Ebo.
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The Ex SAAF 7166 Target tug is done.

LINK:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/vhnirij4udgtb ... 6.zip?dl=0

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rsvette12 wrote:
CAPFlyer wrote:No, go back a few pages and you'll find the download link. It's also available on the OZx website.
Thank you - I thought a new post would have been shown - thanks to original poster - guess it s time to pick this bird up - great looking repaint
Thank you RSVETTE12! Glad you like it! Enjoy!
:-)

BTW It is not available at OZx website yet... You DL it from my DB account so far.
I still have some minor issues with something showing up that I can not understand and was asking for help. No one have replied upon that post yet...
:-(
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ebo wrote:The Ex SAAF 7166 Target tug is done.

LINK:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/vhnirij4udgtb ... 6.zip?dl=0

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AWESOME Ebo!


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JoeS475 wrote:
pjc747 wrote:
zsoltfireman wrote:F-AZDU

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Soon!
The 1943 roundel should be outlined in red, not gold.
Ummmm, do a Google Image search for this aircraft. This repaint is spot on perfect!
The U.S. Armed Forces never used a yellow-outlined roundel such as that one.

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pjc747 wrote: The U.S. Armed Forces never used a yellow-outlined roundel such as that one.
That might be true but the aircraft that's being replicated here has a it yellow outlined as well. Check out the real world pictures:

https://m.planespotters.net/photo/33920 ... harvard-ii

That is an amazing repaint!
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Piper_EEWL wrote:
pjc747 wrote: The U.S. Armed Forces never used a yellow-outlined roundel such as that one.
That might be true but the aircraft that's being replicated here has a it yellow outlined as well. Check out the real world pictures:

https://m.planespotters.net/photo/33920 ... harvard-ii

That is an amazing repaint!
Exactly. There are tons of highly inaccurate real world paint jobs out there on Texans and other warbirds, and this is one of them (notice the later war roundel is on all four wing surfaces?)... But this repaint perfectly captures the real world aircraft, including all it's inaccuracies... I love that!

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