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Ron Attwood

Yellow is nice, something different about it. © Poppet

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DHL liveried Reims/Cessna F406 Caravan II by Carenado.

 

Real one:

 

dhlreal.jpg

 

Mine:

 

dhl1.jpg

 

dhl2.jpg

 

dhl3.jpg

 

If it had a cargo pod I like to think it would look like this:

 

dhl4.jpg

 

dhl5.jpg

 

 

Dreadful weather when these screens were taken but the parcels HAD to get through!

 

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Very good Ron, excellent stuff.  Yes the yellow makes a great looking work horse Livery.  Nice little exhaust black effect as well,  very nice indeed 

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Stunning!   So this baby would be seen flying in Namibia, am I right?

 

I want to grab this fine paint and 'sim' some of it's real world routes :smile:

 

Sterling work Mssr. Atwood

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I've just been emailed by 'Anonymous' pointing out that the cargo pods aren't red. In fact he stated that Westair didn't paint their F406s in DHL colours. I put him right.

To be fair, I was guessing at the cargo pod and subsequent searching found pictures of Westair's C206 Caravans in DHL livery had/have white pods.

If you prefer white pods just rename/delete cargopod_ext.dds.

 

Now this is interesting: The email I received from anonymous@foto.nl1.torservers.net

 

I hate to break it to you, but a quick search on Google brought
me to http://www.westair.com.na/contract/cargo and there you
can see that they do NOT paint the DHL in DHL colors, so sad
to say your repaint in inaccurate.
As you can see it is V5-DHL

 

 

I replied but the email was undeliverable. The address might provide a clue. Maybe he was ticked off about having his porn collection deleted? :wink:

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LOL Ron,   Mr Anonymous has little to be doing with himself,  the world is full of Hob Knobs   :smile:   

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:fool:  :vava:

Try again.....Thank you Ron, love it.  :smile: the b is next to the n but all the same  :vava:

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