de havilland DH98 Mosquito

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Re: de havilland DH98 Mosquito

Post by Cathy Howat » 15 Aug 2008, 03:06

I am considering buying the payware package just released. however havig Dave's beaufighter I am now reconsidering! I thought DG was only going to do one variant, but this, nad if it;s freeware ewven better, hell I'd part with good money for this sort of qaulity (can we get a 633 Sqn repaint ?:flying: ) This and the Bristol are gioing to leave me spoiled for choice, any chance Santa may deliver either or both?

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Re: de havilland DH98 Mosquito

Post by airboatr » 15 Aug 2008, 12:57

it's one of those naughty or nice deals Cathy...... :dunno:



very iner"estin model,.... personally I don't like mosquito's .. but, I wouldn't mind if I got bite from this type.
.... itching already ...damnit
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Re: de havilland DH98 Mosquito

Post by flying legend » 18 Aug 2008, 08:57

I will wait for the release of this mossie. Dave G's stuff has always been very good. :prayer: I have been waiting for a good mossie for years. A few extra months of waiting is no problem for me. So I'll keep my eyes open for this donationware one. I can always get the more expensive AH one later.

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Re: de havilland DH98 Mosquito

Post by Garry Russell » 18 Aug 2008, 08:59

OF course this one, being donationware, doesn't mean the AH version has to be the more expensive :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: de havilland DH98 Mosquito

Post by flying legend » 18 Aug 2008, 10:32

Oh ... of course. My mistake Garry. :-# But I'll still still wait for this one. You never know if ... :dance:

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Re: de havilland DH98 Mosquito

Post by Cathy Howat » 25 Aug 2008, 04:45

I know that his is just a little rude to aske for textutres for a plane not even released yet, but could you consider fictional ^33 Sqn textures, and actual RNZAF 75 SQn, they flew the Mozzie in the late forties/early fifties before going to the vampire :flying:
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Re: de havilland DH98 Mosquito

Post by DaveG » 25 Aug 2008, 09:34

The schemes haven't been decided yet, but I doubt a 633 scheme will be included. There will be a paint kit, so I'm sure someone will do the repaint at some stage.
As for the RNZAF scheme, it's possible, but it depends on which mark of aircraft they flew.
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Re: de havilland DH98 Mosquito

Post by Cathy Howat » 26 Aug 2008, 02:02

I'll Contact 75sqn Association and find out :flying:
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Re: de havilland DH98 Mosquito

Post by DogTailRed2 » 09 Oct 2008, 16:05

Wow, a Mossie. Can't wait.
Can you make all the fuel tanks selectable if poss please as I have to fly home from the Rhur on one engine in the Beau and the c/o keeps complaining.

BTW has anyone tried flying the dams course from Southwold to the Dams and back in the Beau. It's a blast!

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Re: de havilland DH98 Mosquito

Post by DelP » 10 Oct 2008, 09:42

:lol: :lol:

Would you like a deployable dinghy as well?.......

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