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First US Registered 91D Ready

Post by Bill Womack » 21 Sep 2006, 23:08

I spent last evening noodling around with the paint kit, and came up with a clean and simple livery in US registration. Although it's hard to tell from the pics, the area below the stripe is polished aluminum -- above it is painted white. I'll upload it soon. Here are some pics. I can do other nationality registrations as well... David ;-)

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Post by Beckmann » 21 Sep 2006, 23:13

Awesome :smt023
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Post by DrZGard » 21 Sep 2006, 23:17

Nice work Bill, will be a good addition for my flying.
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Post by davidvoogd » 22 Sep 2006, 02:26

Looks great Bill, any chance you could post this paint with the registration "CF-SFR" as well?

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Post by Jure » 22 Sep 2006, 08:49

Beautiful repaint! This one will be perfect for my Alaskan adventures. I'm really having tremendous fun in Tongass and Misty fjords, so I'll say "Thank you" here. :)

One thing, though, Bill: you might want to remove the fuel tank from the fuselage. The "D" doesn't have one (As I was reminded by Andrey). :)

Looking forward to flying her! :)

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Beauty, indeed!

Post by FreeBird » 22 Sep 2006, 12:26

Bill,

Excellent work - this is just what I've been looking for! Any changes to get it in Finnish registration, too? OH-SFA seems to be free, according to Finnish Civil Aviation Authority...

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P.S. I left the cabin door key of Antelope Trail Ranch hanging on the wall of hangar and chopped some extra firewood for next visitors... :wink:
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Post by snave » 22 Sep 2006, 14:51

Yeah, nice work - got a definite `classic` vibe going on there Bill - a real forties/fifties paint scheme! :D
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Post by Bill Womack » 23 Sep 2006, 01:41

Jure wrote:Beautiful repaint! This one will be perfect for my Alaskan adventures. I'm really having tremendous fun in Tongass and Misty fjords, so I'll say "Thank you" here. :)

One thing, though, Bill: you might want to remove the fuel tank from the fuselage. The "D" doesn't have one (As I was reminded by Andrey). :)

Looking forward to flying her! :)

Regards,
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Given that this plane has been around a while, let's say someone retrofitted their D with a tank. If you can accept an American Safir, surely this isn't too much of a stretch. ;-)
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