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    Bf 108

    Thank you Buzzsaw!
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    Bf 108

    Dear Developers, May I ask you if is it possible to see some wip pictures of the Bf 108 ? I'm really interested in that plane! Thanks a lot! Thanks also for all the work you are doing in improving Cliffs Of Dover!
  3. Hi all! I'm looking for a free PDF version of the TBD's flight manual. Does any of you know where I can find a copy of it? Thanks a lot!!!!! Have a nice day and nice flights!
  4. Ottimo lavoro, veramente bella!
  5. Ciao Alessandro! Anche a me piacerebbe molto!
  6. You're doing a great work Team Fusion, my compliments!
  7. Sorry guys, I got carried away. I apologize.
  8. I have to admit that I agree with you: I prefer propeller-driven airplanes too. I consider them much more rewarding to fly than the modern "electric" aeroplanes. I would say that they keep you fit. In the end I'm a lover of the "stick-and-rudder" flight concept 😊. But the small, light jets like the F-5 or the F-104 are, in my honest opinion, still close, in terms of handling, to the propeller driven aircrafts: no computers, only flight surfaces that you have to control (and enjoy!) with your hands and feet . And yes, the Skyraider would be great. What you think about the OV-10A Bronco? Here is a beautiful 1:48 scale model: http://www.hyperscale.com/features/2000/ov10ada_1.htm And here some pictures of the real thing:
  9. I selected all of them as well. But the Northrop F-5Cs and Ds Skoshi Tigers (modified F-5As and Bs respectively) really attracts me in both their shape and camuflage. Here some pictures found here and there on Internet about the F-5C: While here you can find a beautiful documentary (part of the "Great Planes" series of documentary):
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