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With all the despondancy its a pleasure to show some new pics of the Seneca Five which TJ has forwarded.This will be released by RealAir Simulations assisted by TJ from our friends at ROTWPeter

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Peter,This is looking fabulous. :-jumpy :-jumpy Thanks so much for the preview.Best regards,Henri

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Now that plane looks like a lot of fun. You did an amazing job. May I ask, what is that black rectangle on the lower windshield?Take careMike

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There's always the remote chance that things can turn around.....:-)tony

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MikeHere is a pic i took from the Real Seneca five in conditions where you would need to use that black rectangle.Its heated and gives you a forward view for landing if the freezing layer is so low that the ice doesnt melt offPeter

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JohnnyWhen you look at the selection of aircraft we have for Fly! theres a pretty good choice of high quality aircraft from our aircraft, ROTW, PMDG, Fly! stock and all the smaller authors.I love the ROTW TBM700 and of course our own Decathlon/ Citabria as well as the heavier variety from PMDG and some great single engine pistonsPeter

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Thank You Peter. I remember seeing that shot in the SS forum but it never clicked what that rectangle was. :-)Take careMike

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What artistry! Nothing like having your "baby" immortalized, is there Peter?

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is it for free? (just kidding). Wonderful!chris salviejorpll

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Looking forward to this one. Nothing like another twin to fly! She looks beautiful and I like the way you can see over the wing tip.

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>Mike >>Here is a pic i took from the Real Seneca five in conditions >where you would need to use that black rectangle. >>Its heated and gives you a forward view for landing if the >freezing layer is so low that the ice doesnt melt off >>Peter Peter,Do you mean in freezing conditions your only view out of the windshield is framed within the square? I would have thought A/C in that range would have some kind of heated windshield or deicer. Hell, even my daughter's 1990 model car has a heated windshield. :-lol

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WowIt looks fabulous.I love the view that ROTW made in the TBM700 which gives overhead switches while still looking out the windscreen. It gives a great enclosed feel and its GREAT to see that its been put into the Seneca.Ben.

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Indeed! These are pictures to cheer. Looking great. Keep them coming and keep up the good work. Will be buying it just as I bought the Citabria.Cheers,

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PeterI'm sure many of us who haven't yet got around to 'forking out' for the Citabria will be buying this one from you (and ROTW of course).Perhaps it will help you at RealAir 'return' to the Fly! aircraft building side more frequently!DaveT

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I`ve been looking forward to this for a long time.Stunning! :) .Andy

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Hi Peter,Keep up the great work. It looks absolutely amazing and I just cant wait to see when its released.Regards,Alejandro Velasco

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Hi Peter,Very nice looking! Many thanks to TJ for the work being done to help complete this project. All The Best,Ken WoodCNN International Weather :-sun1

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KenThe credit for these shots lie with TJ from ROTW and I congratulate him too for this fine workPeter

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