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Found a free file on the internet for the Spitfire Mk. XVIe buble top if anyone wants a crack at it.

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im busy  ask veltro  hes looking to learn importing models lol...ive got mk9 on go tho..

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why would another need to be built, when it's a 3W bird?? With bubble top and clipped wings, no less?

that effort could (should) be used to build replacement aircraft that have aged out (read: look terrible, have major flaws, etc) or are not longer "available" to the general user (tm)

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At the risk of being totally wrong, you're showing a XIV Kevin, I think he's asking about a XVI, the XVI uses a Merlin engine, so no "bulges" on the engine area, also the XVI uses a different more pointy tail. What I don't know cause I don't fly props often, is that we have a XVI or not.

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5 hours ago, Stratos said:

At the risk of being totally wrong, you're showing a XIV Kevin, I think he's asking about a XVI, the XVI uses a Merlin engine, so no "bulges" on the engine area, also the XVI uses a different more pointy tail. What I don't know cause I don't fly props often, is that we have a XVI or not.

That's exactly what I'm refering to. And yes, we do have an "early" Mk. XVI with the rised back or "razorback".

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