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After the war years both stearmans and N3N's were sold as surplus. Crop dusting companys bought many of them and started converting the airframe to a well respected duster by its pilots. Many pilots that had incidents with trees and other objects that hindered flight would find themselves walking away from the crash or limping the N back home. Here are a couple of MANY pics that I have of "working girls"1781-N45094-1.jpg2699-N44736.jpg2576-N44831HArnoldDeerValleyAZ.jpgn45142.jpgabout_av_n3n.jpgSo now that you know a bit of the history of this "little known" airplane. Dont you think it would be cool to take off in a N3N on a training flight at Pensacola or splash down in the Severn River at Annapolis???? Maybe come rolling in under a power line with a load of fertalizer on to 100 acre crops??? Be careful, she can be a bit heavy on the controls and with that load onboard you might just stuff it into the dirt. Lets see if you are all man enough to tame the "Yellow Peril" :)

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Thanks for all the info, Jeff. Much more interested in this bird now!
Well thats EXACTLY what I wanted to do!!!

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Well so you want to learn to fly in the Navy????? Well dont just sit there cadet........do something!!!Copyof15054-1.jpgCopyof15021.jpgCopyof14988.jpgCopyof14000.jpgFly the MAAM N3N online and be like him!!!!Copyof13851.jpg

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Wow! Nice and interesting pictures, Jeff!Thanks for sharing them with us in this forum...
We certainly agree! So much so that we have recruited Jeff to the MAAM-SIM team. Aside from owning an N3N with his Dad, Jeff's an experienced flight-simmer. That's an irresistable combination for an FS developer striving for extreme realsim in their plane.Welcome to the team, Jeff!

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Great stuff Bill. With all the guys you have, the future looks fantastically interesting. :(

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...That is also why we are not about to throw away, or even delay the release of the N3N, which is at worst a few months away, in favor of beginning the DC-3 project which will take much, much longer to begin making money.
OK, It's now April and this thread has been comatose, any news on the N3N? Dave

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You bet your boots. We'll have a flying demo of the Alpha version at World War II Weekend next Friday. Come out and see it.

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Great to hear it Bill! Sadly, can't make it out to the Museum this year... :(

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How about a video of it for us, the other side of the pond? How's the FSX DC-3 coming along, any news please?

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how about anything???...................what you did on the weekend.....you're dog's favorite food........how much you lost investing.........you're dental bill??? biggrin.pngbiggrin.pngbiggrin.png

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how about anything???...................what you did on the weekend.....you're dog's favorite food........how much you lost investing.........you're dental bill??? biggrin.pngbiggrin.pngbiggrin.png
Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit. Something I don't expect to recieve on an enthusiast's forum, thank you.

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