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Ok Update

 

1. Ridge Runner done

2 Tennessee Belle 90 percent.

3. Will start on the rest of the 334th FS next...

 

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OK finished with : Look for them tomorrow night gents...

 

343rd FS Tennessee Belle

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334th FS Ridge Runner with the Red Tail outline...

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OK Gents here ya go. The 334th and the 343rd FS's, Tenn. Belle and the Ridge Runner with the Red tail outline....Both were done by request and I hope you enjoy these skins. Ill be getting the 334th FS Skin pack out by sometime next week. Have a great day!

 

343rd FS Tenn. Belle

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Download Here:

https://www.mediafire.com/file/qalqc13rebgz3qq/343rd_Tenn_Belle.rar/file

Update with Kill Marks!

https://www.mediafire.com/view/okn04j8r3xm4t7q/343rd_Tenn_Belle_HK.dds/file

 

334th FS Ridge Runner III

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Download Here:

https://www.mediafire.com/file/ms4nqdyxvwnsuma/334th_Ridge_Runner.rar/file

 

 

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No doubt about it. I will and do enjoy your skins.

 

Thanks a lot for making me  Tennessee Belle. What a beauty.

 

Fantastic and outstanding job. Love it!!!

 

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@361st_Bugsy

 

Hi Bugsy,

 

you forgot the kill markings on Tennessee Belle.

 

Is this intended?

If yes, would you be so kind to add them as a second choice.

 

S!

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If you can send me a pic of the kill markings Id gladly add them thanks Yank, the planes is very limited with photos, at least I couldn't find any thanks mate

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I am admiring (and using) many of the P51D skins so skillfully recreated by the great skinners here. Is there any thoughts of doing 12 planes in the skins of each of the P51D squadrons included in PWCG Bodenplatte?
 

I’m actually using Bugsy’s squadron skins in a PWCG campaign. Love and fly Crack of Dawn! 

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OK Gents here's the updated Tenn. Belle, 1 with and without kill marks....now! download above next to other link...

 

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Hi Bugsy! Thanks for kill marks. But in the original photo they seem to be located to the right and more.

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I'm sorry but they look dam close to me....it maybe the angle of the screen shot...
 

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27 minutes ago, 361st_Bugsy said:

I'm sorry but they look dam close to me....it maybe the angle of the screen shot...
 

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I had in mind that leftist kill mark is on the seam cladding and on photo there is no.

Sorry for my translation 😊

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No worries Im working on it for ya...😉

Here ya go buddy I think that will make you smile...lol SPOT ON. Download from the link above!

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Your welcome mate...PTO is not really my flavor I'm more of the Germany, Italy, France kind a guy....:biggrin:

 

@71st_AH_Mastiff I may do generic skin packs to help out Pat Wilsons CG, but only after I do the P-51's that I want to do. Thanks for your comments Ill be in touch later down the line.

 

 

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On 10/28/2019 at 3:49 PM, Luger1969 said:

Maj. I know you will get a ton of requests but would it be possible whenever possible to do a 20FG skin.

 

https://www.markstyling.com/p51s_2.htm

 

Ps. I especially like Cathy Beloved.

 

https://imodeler.com/2019/08/the-new-eduard-p-51d/

@361st_Bugsy@Luger1969
 

Bugsy let me know when you get to the 20FG planes, because I am currently working on Happy Jack’s go Buggy curent Airshow version but my incoming thread also has the WWII version. 

If the timing is right maybe we can work on it together working on different sections. My current weakness is curved lines. I am trying to develop this technique for the Happy Jack’s Camo.

 

Take à look at my thread in my signature for my intended releases. Those 20thFG planes look fabulous! 

 

Cheers

 

Ripper!

 

 

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OK NP Rip

 

Heres the Thunder chief she’ll be ready in about an hour, just need to adjust a couple of things

 

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8 hours ago, BSS_Ripper* said:

@361st_Bugsy@Luger1969
 

Bugsy let me know when you get to the 20FG planes, because I am currently working on Happy Jack’s go Buggy curent Airshow version but my incoming thread also has the WWII version. 

If the timing is right maybe we can work on it together working on different sections. My current weakness is curved lines. I am trying to develop this technique for the Happy Jack’s Camo.

 

Take à look at my thread in my signature for my intended releases. Those 20thFG planes look fabulous! 

 

Cheers

 

Ripper!

 

 

Actually guys raptor attack has made some 20thFG.  I asked him o share his PSD for Happy Jack's Go Buggy WWII version. 

 

 

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OK Gents here's the 3rd skin form the 4th FG, 344th FS, "The Sweet Arlene" flown by Lt. Arthur Bowers...Early 1945. Covered the German Kill Marks as not to upset anyone...Salute!

 

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Download here:

https://www.mediafire.com/view/wm2402kqzqxwmaz/334thFS_SweetArlene.dds/file

 

 

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OK FellasHere's my next skin the 370thFS "Daddy's Girl" flown by Maj. Ray "X-Ray Eyes" Wetmore, early 1945. There are 3 versions that I did for this plane so that you can choose which one you want to use. The major's plane had a few different variations during the war and I decided to do these 3 for you.

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Enjoy!

 

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Download Here: There's 3 different links to choose from.

 

https://www.mediafire.com/file/l6fydtatmki2sh5/370th_Daddys_Girl.zip/file

http://www.mediafire.com/file/jljpgoor75a8z73/370th_Daddys_Girl%282%29.rar/file

https://www.mediafire.com/file/0bc13zdss5kn4a0/370th_Daddys_Girl.7z/file

 

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Thats a great skin.

 

Love it!  Well done.

 

Like the yellow lines on the national markings!

 

Fantastic!

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OK Gents

This skin was done by request, I gave you 4 different versions that you can choose from. It's the 343rd FS "GUNFIGHTER", flown by Brig. General Reg Urschler.

 

Gunfighter is one of the world’s most famous P-51s, appearing on the airshow circuit and providing rides for over 35 years. The aircraft is a P-51 "D" model, serial number 44-73264. Of the approximately 15,000 P-51s produced in World War II, over 8,000 were “D” models. Today, only about 150 airworthy examples of Mustangs exist worldwide in museums, flying, or under restoration.

Gunfighter was built in the Inglewood, California, North American plant and accepted into the USAAF in March 1945. It was then shipped to England, where it was assigned to the famous “Mighty Eighth” Air Force. In July 1945, after the war ended in Europe, it was returned to the U.S. and assigned to Olmstead Field in Pennsylvania. In 1947, it was transferred to the Air National Guard and thereafter served with units in Wyoming, New Mexico, Illinois, and Kentucky. In 1956, it was declared surplus and sold on the civilian market.

Today, Gunfighter is operated by the Commemorative Air Force (CAF). The CAF is the largest operator of historic aircraft in the world with 160 aircraft and over 9,000 members.

 

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Download Here: just choose 1 of the downloads.

https://www.mediafire.com/file/ad1xxkcqfvyqgm8/Gunfighter.rar/file

https://www.mediafire.com/file/yvf56lin64z8vns/Gunfighter.zip/file

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Thank you Bugsy for another beautiful artwork!

Great skin.

 

I think many here (members) will be happy (me included) to have this skin!

 

I cant stop downloading Mustangs, Lightnings etc, even i got a bunch of it.

 

Respect, respect!:salute:

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OK Gents here's another from the 352nd FG, its the "Little Rebel", flown by Charles "Buck" Pattillo of the 486th FS.

 

Cuthbert “Bill” Pattillo and his twin brother Charles “Buck” Pattillo were born  in Atlanta, GA on 3 June 1924, just a few minutes apart. Both men enlisted in the US Army Air Corps in November 1942, and learned to fly the P-40 Warhawk, receiving their commissions in March 1944.  They soon joined the 352ndFG based in Bodney, England. Bill took his place in the 487thFS and Buck in in the 486th.  Bill flew a P-51D named “Sweet & Lovely”. He flew 35 combat mission in the P-51, claiming a ME-262 aerial victory and destroying another six enemy fighters on the ground.  Buck completed 37 combat missions in his Mustang, “Little Rebel”.  He became an “Ace in a Day” destroying five enemy fighters on the ground on 16 April 1945. The Army Air Corps credited air-to-ground victories similarly to air-to-air victories at this point in the war. 

 

The brothers flew and fought together until Bill was shot down on a ground attack mission over Straubing, Germany on 16 April 1945. He belly landed his Mustang in a nearby field and became a prisoner of war.  Thankfully the war ended a few weeks later and Bill regained his freedom.  

 

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Download here:

https://www.mediafire.com/view/von6pu42i5rpjh9/352nd_Little_Rebel.dds/file

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Nice you taking youre time on history too.

Lovely skin.

I love any info on these warbirds.

 

Thank you buddy

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Hello Bugsy, thank you soooo much Buddy for doing the GUNFIGHTER, that is one of my top favorite skins for a P-51, because I had a scale 1:5 size full composite very scale flying P-51 with the GUNFIGHTER livery, which I crashed years ago unfortunately. It was so scale, I was able to open the canopy with my remote Control and after opened the Pilot puppet was waving his right hand.

So happy you did the GUNFIGHTER.

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