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Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by NOBI, Mar 5, 2008.
Nope, thats not it
Well, I think that the PC-7 guys were right. Maybe you were wanting something a bit more specific? How about a PC-7 flown by the Alaska Dept. of Forestry maybe?
whoops - scratch my statement - I am easily confused
The canopy is wrong - the T-6 Texan II is a derivative of the PC-7
Yeah, I realized that after I posted. All of that was done B.C.,...before coffee It's the military cousin of the PC-9 MkII.
That is PC-7 as Zot said, I nearly finish this model, now just final build for a photos on my website. This model I design for my friend, Ashrunner who want this subject while ago. When I finish I will release as free download at my website...
Thanks for the credit NOBi, but Texman gave the correct ID. I just found the one with the paint job. Great subject matter. I can't wait to get it.
This is indeed a most wonderful gesture Sir Nobi. Thank you very much. I have a few friends who work at the Pilatus Aircraft Company - I will pass them a link when you release this.
Old Rutz send me a complete PC-7 model what he build. He did a great job on her. Thank you very much Rutz...model will be available soon.
Beautiful design and great build!
looks great. nice design and build.
That turned out really well!
My current W.I.P., anyone can ID?
yes it looks like the ME 309 http://images.google.co.uk/imgres?i...+309&hl=en&rlz=1B2GGFB_enIE224IE225&sa=N&um=1
Looks good, NOBI. Any word on the AC-130? I work with a widow whose husband was a sensor operator on them during Viet Nam. She would be very pleasantly surprised if I knocked on her door bearing a 'Ghost Rider' for her to display along side his memorabilia.