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AC 500S to the MRO (minor overhaul) - WIP

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It certainly is a fantastic looking aircraft. Had been on my wish list for years.

 

I know its and old model, but it does not deserve to be neglected, so I sent it to the MRO for an

interior overhaul. Won't be immaculate, though.

This is WIP, not done yet.

 

Before Cockpit

BEFORECO2016-5-13_0-45-15-466.jpg

 

Before Cabin

BEFORECA2016-5-13_0-46-1-739.jpg

 

 

WIP Cockpit (Still needs sandblasting oxide and some paint, here and there)

AFTERCO2016-5-13_1-0-44-746.jpg

 

WIP Cabin

AFTERCA2016-5-13_0-57-17-909.jpg

 

Thanks for watching.

 

Will advise when ready.

 


Ramón.
Time, is the one thing no one can buy.
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Great stuff looking forward to it are you going to remove the wear on the yoke bases also - I would assume you would be if you are cleaning things up - good stuff - I like either way - nice to have choices for sure  :smile:

 

Brighter shots would be nice as it is hard to see right now


Rich Sennett

               

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Thanks Rich,

 

Yes Pedestals and Panel will be sandblasted and more or less painted, (no shiny new look)


Ramón.
Time, is the one thing no one can buy.
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Thanks Rich,

 

Yes Pedestals and Panel will be sandblasted and more or less painted, (no shiny new look

 

Awesome didnt know you are a repainter - cool save me some work   :dance:


Rich Sennett

               

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Very nice work so far. Is it possible to spray some 409 Cleaner on those leather seats as well and scrub some of that grime out???? :D

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This bird is so dirty one would think it should be based in Atlanta.  Nice work Ramon.

 

Regards,

 

Ray

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When Pigs Fly . Ray Marshall .

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This bird is so dirty one would think it should be based in Atlanta.  Nice work Ramon.

 

Regards,

 

Ray

Ouch!

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This bird is so dirty one would think it should be based in Atlanta.  Nice work Ramon.

 

Regards,

 

Ray

 

LMAO!!  Good one Ray!  Oh not only are you a FlightSim/Aviation Enthusiast but you can also talk a little football smack too huh?   :P

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Hello Guys/Gals

 

Here is my take on a less neglected cockpit-cabin interior.

 - Reduced wear and tear from carpet and some panels.
 - Removed rusted/oxide surfaces
 - Scrubbed dirt from some seat bases.
 - Minor leather cleaning on cockpit. (cabin is next)

 

I will still be cleaning up this one.

 

Two more pics with lights.

AC500SCockpitLights2016-5-14_23-19-44-16

 

AC500SCabinLights2016-5-14_23-20-12-762.

 

 

If you like them, You can download the ZIP from here. CA_Aero_Commander_500S_Interior_Textures. Readme inside.

Please post suggestions/comments on this thread.

 

Thanks to Carenado for letting me redistribute the textures.

Cheers.

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Ramón.
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Thank you Ramon.  It actually smells better now with your clean up.  Whew! :Tounge:


"A good landing is one you can walk away from. An excellent landing is one you can taxi away from."

 

Bill in Colorado:

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CFI: ASEL/AMEL/Instrument

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Much improved.  Wow, what a difference.  Thanks Ramon.

 

 

Regards,

 

Ray


When Pigs Fly . Ray Marshall .

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Thank you cant wait to try them out  :wink: also now the only needed textures in zip is much better


Rich Sennett

               

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Excellent work!!

Thanks for the contribution.

Ed


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Much better thank you. :smile: I'm using the this in FSX and all looks good but I did notice the ELT is now missing. It's just a black texture now. Also there are some black textures behind the red mixture lever that looks off.


Scott

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