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Looking very promising! One of my favourite early-war aircraft; I was on the team for the CFS3 version.

 

If I may make so bold, though, I have a feeling that the lower cowl needs to be a bit deeper and the angle up to the spinner more pronounced, and the wheels need to be at a significant angle to the undercarriage legs. The "bulges" behind the canopy were usually flattened down, and the cannon bulges on the wings were wider and deeper.

 

If you need photos, I did a walk-round of the restored Swiss one - if I can find them.

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Found them. The other thing I've noticed compared to the real one is that the slant from windscreen to spinner needs to be quite pronounced, and in two steps. Don't pay any attention to the guns, exhausts or fixed cooler - they are effectively Swiss only! But the rest of the aircraft is the same.

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GREAT shot of the landing light positioning!!! (yah, you all know I love adding them!)

 

wrench

kevin stein

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Great work Veltro,

 

But, I have 2 remarks to do :

1) it still miss the inferior radio mast antenna

 

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2) The French MS406 didn't wear wire between radio mast and ruder (only the Swiss)

 

Hope I can help

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Great work Veltro,

 

But, I have 2 remarks to do :

1) it still miss the inferior radio mast antenna

 

post-9146-079691000 1276939806.jpg

 

2) The French MS406 didn't wear wire between radio mast and ruder (only the Swiss)

 

Hope I can help

 

 

 

RGR that

 

thank you

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Very nice machine, when we take off ?

 

will upload today

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