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Ron Attwood

Last of the Commanders G-DASH

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This aircraft has been through many hands but still presents well. Built in 1975, is in fact a 112 but we can't hold that against it. It had suffered a couple of embarrassing undercart failures but fortunately only when taxiing slowly. Owned by GEE DASH Ltd (how convenient!  :rolleyes:  of Dedham, Colchester, Essex, it lives at Bourn aerodrome, (EGSN) near Cambridge

 

As usual, the real one:

 

dashreal.jpg

 

And mine:

 

dash1.jpg

 

dash2.jpg

 

 

 

dash3.jpg

 

On AVSIM now.

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What a terrific paint job. Thanks for this. I am off to pick it up.

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...and so are you! :wink:  Dressage eh? Brings back memories, damned good memories of my time with horses. I don't miss the expense though. :Whew:

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...and so are you! :wink: Dressage eh? Brings back memories, damned good memories of my time with horses. I don't miss the expense though. :Whew:

 

Why thank you :wink:

 

Lol I don't blame you, I wouldn't either.

 

Quick question, you know how there's an option in this plane to not have the GPS and then the Carenado cover comes in place? Do you know if its possible to take the Carenado name off that?

 

Cheers

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Quick question, you know how there's an option in this plane to not have the GPS and then the Carenado cover comes in place? Do you know if its possible to take the Carenado name off that?

Yes it is and I will send it to you. :smile:

 

As the old saying goes "Horses are the perfect way to turn £20 notes into c**p!

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Thanks

 

Somedays you wish it was just £20 lol

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@Ron Attwood Perfect, that works

 

thanks Ron

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