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himmelhorse

FS2004, IFly 737, VH-CAC

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Hello to you all,

My friend Bartek "Holo" of Kazhol Designs who repainted my "Five Star Charter" VH-CAC has very kindly released it to and for the AVSIM repaint library. 

This aircraft was conceived many years ago as a tribute to my lovely Indonesian wife, Candra Awianingsih. That is the name of the aircraft and it was featured in a topic "My baby is born" a few months ago. (September 26) Look it up if you do not remember the post. This aircraft was lovingly designed by myself, and Bartek has done an incredible job in the repaint and contributed the tail design of the five white stars.  My initial design was going to be a five pointed Green Star with a gold figure five in the middle.  This actually did not work very well at all and Bartek came up with the five white stars on the gold background. The aircraft is an IFly 737 BBJ3 and the repaint is now freely available for all (with the usual conditions, of course)

The good (very good) news is that Bartek is currently working on the P3Dv4 repaint of this aircraft and this too, should be available shortly, for those who fly the P3Dv4 version of the magnificent IFly 737.

I bear in mind that this repaint is a "one-off" and may not appeal to all. It is, however unusual and looks great in my opinion. If you are not really interested in this repaint,  I ask you to please just look at the quality of this gentlemans' work. I tips me lid to you Bartek.

This baby is "ours" now but I leave you with the thought that I wonder if it is possible for an aircraft to have siblings in the same way as humans do?

Cryptic????  Maybe.

Regards to you all

Tony Chilcott

 

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Hello all,

I do not know how this happened and I apologise profusely for the double post. I believe it stemmed from the fact that it did not like the tag and it told me (in red) that an error had occurred. I deleted the tag and resubmitted, believing that because of the error advie that the first had not gone anywhere.

Again ... apologies

Regards

Tony

 

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