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Norwegian Flyhawk (LNNFB) Uploaded (pics)

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I've been working for some time now on a repaint of a 172 flown out of the Bergen Flying Club in Norway. With the help of Gunnar (who provided pictures, information and testing) and Johnny who also helped test, she's finally ready and uploaded to the file library. I've made a lot of changes outside including the new livery, and realistic wear and tear to the fuselage and wings (oil streaks, stains, etc). I've also done a lot of work in the cockpit including changing the color of the interior fabric and making one low back seat instead of two. These changes make the interior look more like an older 172 P Model rather than the SP. I've also added new placards in Norwegian and English. Here are some pics I've taken a long with some that Gunnar sent me of LN-NFB flying out of it's home airport:http://home.earthlink.net/~finsdad/FlyII/p...B_Preview_A.jpghttp://home.earthlink.net/~finsdad/FlyII/p...NFB_Final_A.jpghttp://home.earthlink.net/~finsdad/FlyII/p...NFB_Final_D.jpghttp://home.earthlink.net/~finsdad/FlyII/p...NFB_Final_E.jpg

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DanGreat job as usual.GunnerOK, how do you pronounce "SNITTFLYVING FORBUDT" :-)Ben

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VERY NICE Paint job. Looks very realistic, But where are the wheel pants? Jeff Akins

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>how do you pronounce "SNITTFLYVING FORBUDT"That's easy, you just say SNITTFLYVING FORBUDT :-lol :-lol :-lolRoy B. :-waveOslo, Norway

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>how do you pronounce "SNITTFLYVING FORBUDT">That's easy, you just say SNITTFLYVING FORBUDT.... or no stunts! :-scatter Anyway, I think Dan has done a great job with theLN-NFB. The result is stunningly close to the original.Milions of thanks Dan :-beerchug The model was tested in her

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Hei Dan,Fantastisk!!!Jeg liker din fly.Sitteplass er spesielt god.Likke til videre.Hils.Din nederlender FLY-venn,Leen de Jager:-beerchug

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Tusen takk Johnny.Takk for hjelpen.Jeg ma ga.Jeg har en avtale.Ha det bra.Leen

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Dan,Tusen hjertelig takk!Terriffic job you have done :-beerchug (And yes, I have a hangover right now...)If you know how to Terrascene, I can place the beta scenery on my site. Just like ENZV, put the files in the right places and hit the Render button. Also, an updated TMNBR.pod is aleady there, with refined Max models and lot of other changes. This pod is streamlined and reduced by 2MB.Go here: http://home.online.no/~an-thoms/artimages/files/betaGunnar, You`re blowing me out of my chair with your pics :)Thanks for contributing to the Cessna, and for betatesting my scenery!And thanks to you too, Johnny!

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I'm glad my Norwegian Fly! friends have a Skyhawk of their own...Johnny and other pilots from Norway have given a lot to our community. This is my small way of saying thanks! :) Andrew...your scenery looks great, and the area looks beautiful. I'd love to visit there one day!

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Dan,Your repaint is the most realistic Norwegian plane I ever had, any sim. Regarding Bergen, yes, it`s indeed beautiful, I just hope I doesn`t rain too much when (if) you get there :)(Bergen is famous regarding rain)

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Special thanks to Martin (LN-M.A.S) tooHe was the one traveling up and downto th airport, providing us with photosfrom the LN-NFB:-beerchug

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Thanks for that reminder, Gunnar. I hadn't forgotten about Martin. His pictures were the bases for my work. Its fun when these projects can involve many of us. Thanks Martin!

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