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Lord Hearteater

747-400C repaint needed

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Red Mountain Aircargo is in the process of seperating from Red Mountain Airlines' passenger operation into its own virtual business unit. As such, we are interested in acquiring a 747-400C for our all-payware cargo fleet, and there's only one Queen of the Skies that's also the king of the hill. If there's a PMDG 747-400C pilot out there with a repaint kit and interest in what will become an assignment-based long-haul cargo VA, please get in touch at admin@redmtnva.com ASAP!As for what our new bird will look like, the tail number would be N28RMA, and the livery should have a tail like our 707 and a body like our 777. http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2003-8/343515/707canyon.jpg http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/1505/409/320/RMAc777.jpg If you can get the engine housings to be red, then put the wings logo on them; if not, then follow the example of the 707. Thank you for your attention. RMA will move passenger ops to fly-va.com soon, keeping only the cargo operation on the present Geocities site, which is www.redmtnva.com .

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LOL, Jeff. Yes, that's YOUR 707 repaint. The 777 is my own work. Something tells me that the 747 is already in good hands.

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How beautiful the 707 is !!!But look at the pic: have you noticed that in most 707s engine #1 pod is different to the #2 #3 and #4 ones ? Any expert knows the reason ?Jose Luis.

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The 707 carries a turbocompressor on engines 2,3& 4 but none on #1 thus the pylon shape on #1 is different. Turbocompressors were used for pressurization & air supply. The fairings over the turbos was referred to as a "dog house" and the fairing on #1 was referred to as a "puppy house":-wave

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