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No worries Paul ;-)

The Mossie is in hand :)

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Great news Del, thank goodness for that!

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Yes, don't worry, it will be finished :)
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You may have this already covered, but since this will be freeware, I have a single engine merlin soundset that could easily be modified into a twin engine set.
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That would certainly be useful, if you don't mind :thumbsup:
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Now that you have surprised us with the Bristol 'Whispering Death' Beaufighter :welldone: :welldone: how close is the Mossie to completion? :D

BTW I am all for this being Donationware. I can afford to throw away a few $A for this great aircraft.

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I'm going to take a couple of weeks off now the Beau has been released, before jumping back into the Mosquito.
It's still a long way from completion, but it will get there ;-)
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BEAU-TY-FOL :dance: Superb effort and Model , Thanks Dave :flying: Looking forward to your Mossie :prayer:

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Hi folks...

..I've withdrawn my resignation from the Mossie project ;-)

I've been working with FSDS as a modelmaking tool for years ( the reason I withdrew from this project...I couldn't keep up, witness Dave's Beau) but a couple of weeks ago decided to take time out and get to grips with Max..and was surprised how quick and powerful it is....this has changed everything and future projects will be made in Max. I knew that AutoCad qualification would come in useful one day :lol: Still lots to learn ;-)

Dave is working on fuselage, VC, etc, I'm working on wings, gear and so on....I've just pulled the FSDS parts into Max:

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Lots to do ;-)

May I remind you all that this will be a donationware product.

ATB,

Derek ;-)
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Del,

Great news.

As long as it takes - we'll be waiting , cash in hand .............. :dance:
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