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Who doesn't love a good "charlie fox"?  Just uploaded, probably available in a few hours from now.

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A beauty......  Great paint....  You can search in Jetphotos for 690A/B YV (Venezuelan reg) 

There's a greats scheme YV!  

RB 

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Searching for the reg, the N690CF it's a 690A. Non difference visually between an A or B. The B have some improvements in the systems.

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8 minutes ago, RobertBernardK said:

Searching for the reg, the N690CF it's a 690A. Non difference visually between an A or B. The B have some improvements in the systems.

Robert, please don't take this too harshly... I do this for fun.  I don't get anything else out of this.  I'm going to paint what I want, however I want.  Just be happy that I choose to share with the community.

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2 hours ago, C525B said:

Robert, please don't take this too harshly... I do this for fun.  I don't get anything else out of this.  I'm going to paint what I want, however I want.  Just be happy that I choose to share with the community.

Sorry, I don't mean for bad, I just search the reg and see the model, keep going painting 690, this one is a beautiful and when have the plane for sure the repaint will be on my library. 

Sorry again!

RB 

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Two-pack uploading now...

N31BV is the current reg. of this 690, and I also included XA-UOJ, the Mexican reg. it had previously.

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1 hour ago, C525B said:

Two-pack uploading now...

N31BV is the current reg. of this 690, and I also included XA-UOJ, the Mexican reg. it had previously.

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TOOOOOOO BEAUTY !!!!!!!!!!!!! too much for me jeje...... please can you search for YV reg........ you will be not dissapointed............ you will have many options to pick one 

redgars

RB

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10 hours ago, RobertBernardK said:

TOOOOOOO BEAUTY !!!!!!!!!!!!! too much for me jeje...... please can you search for YV reg........ you will be not dissapointed............ you will have many options to pick one 

i agree with that!! you will not disappointed you will have so many and beauty paints to choose!

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Thank you so much for sharing with us your time & talents in giving to us these great repaints to enjoy. They are greatly appreciated!.

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A medevac bird for all you PNW lovers.  Appropriate for Oregon/Washington/Alaska.

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Great paint, medical evacuation on 690 are very successful, a plane for a infinite number of roles! 

Keep working!!  

100% real deal 

Regarding 

RB 

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Awesome job, thanks. Airlift Northwest just became my preferred paint for this bird. Don

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This one was pretty easy... N71AA is also owned/operated by Aero Air, same as N162AL (could you tell?) but it's configured for passenger charter.

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AIRLIFT NORTHWEST great looking paint job, I notice they also have a PC-12 in their fleet with a similar livery. Nice job on all of them!

Thanks - Martin

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Love these liveries. And I'm a big fan of your work.

 

BV is the paint mine wears when I fly. Love that one and probably have 30-40 hours on that livery alone.

Would also love to see a few more from your paint shop if you ever got inspired to paint again.  :-)

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On 10/30/2017 at 3:32 PM, rightseat said:

Love these liveries. And I'm a big fan of your work.

 

BV is the paint mine wears when I fly. Love that one and probably have 30-40 hours on that livery alone.

Would also love to see a few more from your paint shop if you ever got inspired to paint again.  :-)

Thanks for the feedback!  :blush:  I'm glad you enjoy N31BV...that was the most time-consuming out of all, although I think N690CF is still my fav.

FYI, there's a neat scenery for N31BV's home field.  (Also a video of the real airplane there).  Pretty fun trying to get in there after clearing all the trees...you better be right on speed!

 

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On 11/18/2017 at 0:15 AM, C525B said:

Thanks for the feedback!  :blush:  I'm glad you enjoy N31BV...that was the most time-consuming out of all, although I think N690CF is still my fav.

FYI, there's a neat scenery for N31BV's home field.  (Also a video of the real airplane there).  Pretty fun trying to get in there after clearing all the trees...you better be right on speed!

 

I'll check it out, thanks! :-)

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Martin would you be so kind to make a FedEx livery for the 690B please.  This will be for FSX/P3D. I see xplane has one already but it livery is done differently so I couldn't us the file. 

 

Thank you sir., 

 

 

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FireRx, not sure if you are referring to me, but C525B is the one who has done all these nice repaints, I haven't a clue on how to do repaints :-(

 

Cheers

Martin

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