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A Southern Tiger

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Rocketing out of the biggest airport in the south.....

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Bye bye Atlanta....

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Stone Mountain off the nose...

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Downtown Atlanta off the port side....

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Slipping behind the Tiger's tail....

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The Tiger looks good in P3d!  :lol:


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Steve Dra

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One more.....LOVE metal!  Against the blue sky and the right angle...not a better looking livery.  :smile:

 

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Steve Dra

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I promised myself when the PMDG 777 was released for P3D that I wasn't going to buy it again. The more I've used P3D 2.5 recently and the closer it gets to the deadline for the sale price to expire, the more I wavered. Well, these pictures pushed me over the edge. It's downloading as I type this. I guess the family didn't really need to eat this week anyway!


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Thanks for the comments guys!

 

 

 


I promised myself when the PMDG 777 was released for P3D that I wasn't going to buy it again. The more I've used P3D 2.5 recently and the closer it gets to the deadline for the sale price to expire, the more I wavered. Well, these pictures pushed me over the edge. It's downloading as I type this. I guess the family didn't really need to eat this week anyway!
 

 

Hey Mike, I think you'll really like her in P3d...she just seems to run smoother and the cockpit shadows are awesome!

Send me a PM with an email address and I can send you a special paint you might like for her.  :wink:

To get this Tiger, just click the link in my sig and you'll have access to all the paints I've uploaded.


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Steve Dra

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Steve,

PM sent. I bought the NGX for P3D when it came out and the performance was so good that I will more than likely switch to P3D permanently.


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Steve,
PM sent. I bought the NGX for P3D when it came out and the performance was so good that I will more than likely switch to P3D permanently.

 

Hey Mike, paintjob sent.  :wink:

 

I'm living in a hybrid sim situation myself but would like to eventually cut the FSX ties.  Right now there are a few planes I like to fly over there and quite frankly (knock on wood), I have FSX_SE purring very good and if nothing else, it keeps my skills up micro-tweaking in each sim. Hehe.

I still have a little time to decide if I want the NGX, as I have the ifly variety working very nice in FSX, and I don't fly the 737 all that much anyway.  I'm splitting my time between long/short haul with the Airbus being my short hauler so I can learn how to fly it as proficiently as the Boeings, so my 737 flights are not that frequent..."I'm takin' the 'Bus"  :LMAO:


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Steve Dra

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