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Staffan

So I took the plunge and started to repaint the PA-31. Part 2

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I am slowly getting there.

 

Still a work in progress. :Nail Biting:

 

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Thanks.

 

So far, only the nacelles has taken 12 hours. And still there is finetuning to do. :shok:

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See. All it takes is determination and nothing else to do with your life. :BigGrin: Is this a real world a/c?

 

I'll go and check.

 

Yes it is. You're doing a great job. It does look nice in it's new paint job.

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Yes, it is a real world a/c.

 

The classic factory paints I will do are the blue, red, yellow, bronze and light blue.

 

I will release all paints with US registration, and in addition, the blue, red and yellow with swedish registration. :wink:

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Looking good Staffan! :smile:

 

Thanks Ed. :smile:

 

I am doing this to honor my late dad who soloflew a PA-31-310 (cn 31-82), from the factory in US to Karlstad/Sweden in 1969. B)

 

First I was doing only the actual plane he operated. But since I picked up speed, I thought,..what the heck,...I do some other paints aswell. :Big Grin:

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Bingo. That almost looks like the one I flew. Nice job! Our N number was on the tail.

 

Don

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Thanks guys. :smile:

 

I am putting the one in Jim´s link aswell in the pipeline. B)

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Just want to say thanks Staffan, I'm loving the red one! :smile:

 

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Absolutely gorgeous!

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Downloaded the blue and red one last week. These paint jobs are much better than the Carenado ones, and I am enjoying flying this plane so much more with these beautiful paint jobs. Thanks Steffan

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