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  1. Iraq'70

    Skin for the Sukhoi su-7 BMK based on sand-brown Nellis AFB plane camo.
     
    Drop this folder into your SU-7BMK folder and go fly! It's that easy!
     
    Thanks to The Wrench for the templates:this work would have taken much longer without them!
     
    Have Fun!
     
    frontmann
     
    P.S.
    On the drawing i took this skin from, upper wing surfaces insignia don't show, so i didn' put them; anyway, if you want them to appear, simply open the file Decals.ini in Iraq'70 folder and cancel the // i wrote in front [Decal011] and [Decal012] commands so as to enable them!

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  2. Fayid AB

    Egypt'67 (Six Day War) overall silver finish for 55th bomber sqd, Fayid AB, June 1967
     
    I made this livery to replace the current arabsilver/EAFsilver skin that lacks the white-green stripes around the rear fuselage and the small green patches on the nose and the tail.
     
    Egypt employed about thirty Su-7 during the SDW and used them without any camouflage; moreover, they were new, hence this skin does not look weary. The camo came later, after the war, due to the heavy losses suffered.
     
    Drop this folder into your Su-7BMK folder and select Fayid AB, take off and take a look...hope you'll enjoy it.
     
    If you want this skin to appear in the Six Days War campaign backup your EAFsilver1 original skin (cut and paste it somewhere else, say "new folder" for example),and change Fayid AB name to EAFsilver1
     
    It's a simple skin and really can't do any harm to your pc, anyway i decline any responsibility.
    That's why my wife left me! hehehehe!
     
    Good bye and have fun!!
     
    frontmann

    96 downloads

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  3. Czechoslovak Su-7BM camo

    Czechoslovak Su-7BM camo scheme
     
     
    Based on Wrenchs Su-7BM templates.
     
     
    Su-7BM/BKL delivered in mid sixties into Czechoslovakia were in natural metal schemes.
    Later were czechoslovak Su-7s painted with variable camo schemes on revisions in SSSR.
    Every aircraft was original in its camo scheme. This skin is original too. Not based on real exist
    plane with specific number. I followed tradition in schemes originality. I more or less followed real schemes. Coloures are historical.
    Serial nums are historical too. I used numbers and insignias from my previous silver Su-7 skin (all Su-7 were repainted so nums are the same).
     
     
    You will enjoy I hope :-)
     
     
     
    Kukulo, Slovakia
     
     
    kukulo.kukulo@gmail.com

    274 downloads

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  4. Czechoslovak 28.sbolp silver skin

    Czechoslovak Su-7BM 28.sbolp silver skin
     
    Shows Su-7BMs which served in 28.sbolp (fighter - bomber regiment) in Caslav.
    There were many silver variations on our Su-7s in Czechoslovakia. This skin is one of them.
    Used historical serial nums and 28.sbolp marking on fuselage.
     
    Later were czechoslovak Su-7BM/BKLs painted with camouflage.
     
    You will enjoy, I hope
     
     
    Kukulo
     
    kukulo.kukulo@gmail.com

    198 downloads

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  5. Soviet Su-7BM

    Soviet Su-7BM in late era camo.

    820 downloads

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  6. Egyptian Su-7

    Egyptian Air force Su-7

    654 downloads

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  7. Algerian Su-7 skin

    Su-7 in Algerian camo.

    380 downloads

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