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SOLIDKREATE

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    Lake Stevens, WA - United States of America
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    Unit emblem research and restoration, Graphic arts, Skin developing, Warbirds, 3D CAD modeling in CATIA V5R26 & Solidworks 2017.

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  1. Hey buddy can you send me the link to the Stats List? I want to see my stuff too.
  2. The nose art on the plane looks like it say's something else? Do you have another photo?
  3. I just close that window and run the Oculus software. You do need a second monitor though just to make sure you can click the meus. But after the planes spawns you are good. I just wish there was a way to turn down the brightness. On Stalingrad Summer, the colors are washed out and it seems to bright.
  4. Been using my Occulus with no issues for about 6 months now?
  5. @steven197106 That is an instant poster! ๐Ÿ˜
  6. I just sent this to the two people who I am working with on building a data base in Google Docs. Once we get enough in there, I will publish it to the community for 'Read Only' access. I think I had a "happy accident"! ๐Ÿ˜ P-51D-5-NA = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92700-R s/n 44-13322 P-51D-5-NA = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92701-R s/n 44-13411 P-51D-10-NA = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92790-N s/n 44-14327 P-51D-20-NA = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92948-R s/n 44-72181 P-51D-20-NA = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92948-R s/n 44-72327 Based off the first two I think I found a 'Primer'. EXAMPLE of S/N break-down correlated to AFF SPEC. PROJ. NO.: 44 13 322 ^ ^ ^ YEAR BLOCK ASSY LINE POSITION. A/C NO. THAT WAS BUILT So, 92700 = 300 series block of aircraft 300 - 399 on ASSY POS 13 and 92701 = 400 series block of aircraft 400 - 499 and 92702 = 500 series block of aircraft 500 - 599 and 92703 = 600 series block of aircraft 600 - 699, ect... and 92790 = 300 series block or aircraft 300 - 399 on ASSY POS 14 so 92791 = 400 series block of aircraft 400 - 499 on ASSY POS 14 - should be this, need more data.
  7. !!!! UPDATE COMPLETED !!!! DOWNLOAD IN POST #1
  8. Yeah I am thinking the Project Numbers are actually contract numbers between the Army and the Supplier. I also believe as you do that they apply to specific serial blocks. We do the same thing where I work. I know you spotted a serial that applies to -5 on a -15. Sometimes these things happen where they have an unused non-allocated number that the have to use and the customer ordered an older model to replace an original. So those get applied to future "demand". The -15 you say could also be a retrofit as well. We also retrofit aircraft where I work. This kind of thing is a large part of what I do for a living. But please keep searching and posting. I bet we can create a database of some sorts. At least we have one serial number block confirmed for the -15's.
  9. This range of serials from the Inglewood plant match with No.9 bullet in my list above. P-51D-15-NA NA-109 109-28486 109-28885 44-14853 44-15252 400 This one from No.15 above in my list to AUS for PTO P-51D-25NA NA-122 122-39086 122-40085 44-72627 44-73626 1000 and this one from No.16 and 17 above, sent to AUS for PTO. P-51D-20NA NA-122 122-30886 122-31885 44-63160 44-64159 1000
  10. AI'm going to cross reference these with the webpage I posted earlier. The ones that are not confirmed came from photos of museum birds or privately owned birds. P-51D-5 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92951-R - 44-72739 ??? POSSIBLE D-25 due to serial number P-51D-5 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92797-N - 44-13014 - CONFIRMED.HIST.PHOTO P-51D-5 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92798-R - 44-11622 P-51D-5 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 41037-TF - 44-74497 ??? POSSIBLE D-25 due to serial number P-51D-10 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92778-N - 44-14419 P-51D-10 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 32792-N - 44-14937 P-51D-15 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 32782-M P-51D-15 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92549-R - 44-63363 ??? not convinced P-51D-15 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 90936-R - 44-15131 - CONFIRMED.HIST.PHOTO P-51D-25 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92778-N - 44-63272 ??? not convinced P-51D-20 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 90674-N - 44-63675 P-51D-20 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92948-R - 44-72216 P-51D-20 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92948-R - 44-72260 - CONFIRMED.HIST.PHOTO P-51D-25 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 90387-N - 44-83341 P-51D-25 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 96997-N - 44-72890 - CONFIRMED.HIST.PHOTO P-51D-20 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92917-R - 44-63632 - CONFIRMED.HIST.PHOTO P-51D-20 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92917-R - 44-63694 - CONFIRMED.HIST.PHOTO P-51D-20 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 9691?-N-IRON - 44-11622 - CONFIRMED.HIST.PHOTO P-51D-25 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 93015 - 44-73420 P-51D-25 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 90388-N - 44-74009 P-51D-25 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 39015-R - 44-73264 P-51D-25 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 172782-N - 44-73304 P-51D-30 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 92543-R - 44-73945 P-51K-40 = AAF. SPEC. PROJ. NO. 96998-R - 44-12016
  11. The one I used was from a 15 block I believe. I found a good close up of the factory stencil. I'll have to look at it again. I was in a hurry just to get the editable text section on there so I can see how it looked. Look what I found brother!: http://www.mustangsmustangs.com/p-51/production
  12. It's just there for this image. The whole manufacturing stencil is now editable text on both the Alpha and the Paint file. ๐Ÿ˜‰
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