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Steve beenys vulcans

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Does anyone have steve beenys (nazca) vulcan repaints for paul fosters model

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Re: Steve beenys vulcans

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umm.... would that not be his Canberra repaints?
for Bill Holkers models

https://web.archive.org/web/20060103174 ... gaming.htm

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Re: Steve beenys vulcans

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Sorry pete, when i go to download anything it doesnt. Also im after steves paints for the vulcan

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Re: Steve beenys vulcans

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Try this one, click on the Canberra repaints module.-->

https://web.archive.org/web/20120121012 ... udios.com/


I know there is one of his pages archived at wayback machine where all the repaint downloads work, Im not at home to check which page I have bookmarked, keep checking different dates in the archive.; however the Vulcan, Valiant and others IIRC were uploaded to Classic British Files aka Britsim; only

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Re: Steve beenys vulcans

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Hey pete, that link didnt come up with anything either

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Re: Steve beenys vulcans

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This is the last link I know of..

http://www.nazcastudios.com/

Not sure if it's still valid or not.

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Re: Steve beenys vulcans

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anels9 wrote:
02 Feb 2018, 00:42
Hey pete, that link didnt come up with anything either
Actually that one does work, its a clever flash module, so you'll need flash player installed and working. first use your mouse to remove yellow post-it, then use the rotary knob to select which models paints you need, once you see one you like click on main part of picture to download.

As I said above Vulcan/Valiant paints were, as far as I can tell, uploaded only to the now defunct Classic British Files aka Britsim web site.

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Re: Steve beenys vulcans

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Ah that’s such a shame. His Vulcan paints were the best! Hopefully someone has them on their computer and kindly can re-upload for me

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Re: Steve beenys vulcans

Post by Vancouver »

Just checked my repository and I seem to have a bunch here are the file names

8828ef95XL360_early.zip
8828ef95XL360_late.zip
8828ef95XL427_late.zip
8828ef95XL443_white

These four in the txt file state - Repaint by Steven Beeny of Nazcastudios.com Original model by Paul Foster of Phoenix Design

Also
Avro_Vulcan-2.zip - a complete a/c by Phoenix Design depicts XH558 in camo.

Also
pd_xh558.zip - same as above except TEXTURES BY Tranquil_UKMIL

Quite willing to send them to you one way or another. Is there a file sharing program you may prefer.
Alex

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Re: Steve beenys vulcans

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I stuck them in Dropbox

the reference if I got this correct is

https://www.dropbox.com/request/G6W3xsm21WBsG9PMaGk6

If that works great, if not perhaps someone can school me
Alex

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