de Havilland DH114 Heron

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DelP
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de Havilland DH114 Heron

Post by DelP »

Hi folks :smile:

Here's a few development shots, FSDS3, WIP
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..still some work to do before it goes to the guys in the cellar for beta testing :wink:

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Derek :smile:
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Post by AndyG »

:welldone: Sweet, looking forward to adding this to the stable.

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Post by Tweek »

What a lovely looking model. :smile:
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AWESOME! :yipeee: :yipeee: :yipeee:
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Excellent. Can't wait...! :yipeee:
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Post by DanKH »

Certainly looks good. FS9 too? :wink:
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Post by DelP »

FS9 first...FSX if I can figure it out.. :brick: :brick: :lol: :lol:

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Post by Bridon Bear »

Saw a fantastic colour pic for the Heron in a book just the other day....White Grey and Green it was....Naval Air Command.... :thumbsup:

Coming along nicely Del :wink:

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Post by DaveB »

I know the one Brian. I have possibly the same shot in De Havilland.. A Pictorial Tribute. It shows XM296.. formerly of the Queen's Flight at Benson, transferring to the FAA in '72. She was retired in '89 having served for over 31years amassing 10,200hrs. Anyone know what happened to it??

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