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I had to read that twice.

 

Me too! :lol:


Steve Stubbs
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Oh, sorry guys. Put another way, the only airplane of the 600, 700, 800 and 900 series 737's that has been converted to a freighter at any time was the 700. It's designated the 700C ("C" for "Convertible"). The remainder are passenger only versions.

 

Better? :P

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Oh, sorry guys. Put another way, the only airplane of the 600, 700, 800 and 900 series 737's that has been converted to a freighter at any time was the 700. It's designated the 700C ("C" for "Convertible"). The remainder are passenger only versions.

 

Better? :P

 

Just poking humor back at you my friend, but appreciate the clarification! :P


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No worries Steve. I can sometimes take a 100 words to say something that can be said in 10 :smile:. I even confused myself when I re-read what I wrote, so I'm not surprised it conflubbed a few others :P .

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Here are 2 images of a WIP P-8A of VP-30 stationed at NAS Jacksonville.

 

Getting closer.

 

P-8A_3.jpg

 

P-8A_4.jpg

 

 

 

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team

 

just spotted the new united livery on its first 788.

 

it would look great on a 738 / 739 ... not too sure if it is for the fleet / just the 788's / a one off.

 

so can i ask one of the artisans (steve) might add it to their request list.

 

thanks !


for now, cheers

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Wow, there are some great painters on here. Steve, Marcello, Christain, Russ Criss, Ioan, just to name a few!! :yahoo: Y'all are doing great work. There is just one problem, my acft cfg is getting a mile long with all these beautiful liveries!! LOL!


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Just poking humor back at you my friend, but appreciate the clarification! :P

 

Hey Steve! Have a look at what I found here:

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/flightblogger/4045009174/in/photostream/

 

And also at this Boeing Press Release:

 

http://boeing.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=877

 

I see SAS even uses one for medevacs. I thought it was only the USN that were actually using these in the "cargo" version, but it appears as though a few others are using them as well. Pretty cool!

 

Glenn

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team

 

just spotted the new united livery on its first 788.

 

it would look great on a 738 / 739 ... not too sure if it is for the fleet / just the 788's / a one off.

 

so can i ask one of the artisans (steve) might add it to their request list.

 

thanks !

 

http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?CatID=fsxacrp&DLID=171178


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I fixed the stretching of the logo in the fuselage. Stunning repaint thanks again Steve!

 

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Hey Steve! Have a look at what I found here:

 

http://www.flickr.co...in/photostream/

 

And also at this Boeing Press Release:

 

http://boeing.mediar...p?s=43&item=877

 

I see SAS even uses one for medevacs. I thought it was only the USN that were actually using these in the "cargo" version, but it appears as though a few others are using them as well. Pretty cool!

 

Glenn

 

Glenn,

 

Thanks for posting the cargo door links. Those are very nice.

 

I fixed the stretching of the logo in the fuselage. Stunning repaint thanks again Steve!

 

fdx.jpg

 

Very nice picture Nuno! I like it!! :P

 

 

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That United/Continental 737 as a "Dreamliner" fictional paint is very nice. 40 downloads already, so it appears to be very popular. I thought about making a version myself and still might do it. I still have several in line. I've been messing with the BBJ -600 using some of the livery lines from the Peruvian paint. It's coming along very well. I had to build the spec.dds files exclusively for it as I didn't like the default ones. So it will be a self-contained livery with it's own shine/bump map files.

 

Here's an in-progress shot. I have to lighten up the top panel lines. They are a little too dark and the rear tail gold stripe on the dark gray is not finalized. Then there's the decision on how many windows to leave on the side. It should be up tomorrow or Tuesday at the latest.

 

BBJ-600_Gray_Inporgress-2.jpg


Steve Stubbs
USAF (retired)

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Anyone has the P8 Poseidon Repaint, or knows where to get it?

 

I know Russ is working on one. He posted some in-progress shots on the previous page. It has not been uploaded yet, so I'll assume it's not quite ready.


Steve Stubbs
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