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  1. She's a cracking aircraft, the Mutley Crew have been flying her in multiplayer and she gets a from us! Looking forward to the shots Phil. EDIT: Just found this one in my collection:
    3 points
  2. Facebook is the only Social Media I indulge in; and that is solely to follow companies that are of interest to me. I am not a people follower. I do subscribe to YT. Once you lose the Adverts and use the TV instead of the PC, a whole new world opens up. Documentaries are my thing, History mostly. Another supurb Documentary streamer is :- http://curiositystream.com/ Well worth a look at.
    2 points
  3. Preferred Tizwaz myself. Just so I could drool over Sally James. Store.
    2 points
  4. These two payware aircraft are well worth it if they are your kind of thing to fly. Thanks for looking.
    2 points
  5. It is indeed an interesting terrain. I have flown over that area 195 times , over the course of the 7 years I worked for Lockheed Martin before retirement. It was on a FI/FO basis, 2 weeks on and 2 weeks off. We used a local Perth company named Skippers, using Dash8 Q 300, Embraer Brasilia and Fairchild Metro 23 aircraft, The latter being the worst aircraft I have ever flown in, considering its a long thin tube, and I am 6ft 2". Best job I ever had 😉
    2 points
  6. For those considering to purchase the new Skymaster release from Carenado, this video will give you a quick overview of the aircraft. This has always been a favourite of mine since the earliest days of Flight Simulator and I just had to give it a video. This was a 24 hour turnaround production from download to recording to editing to uploading - so it just gives you the essentials.
    1 point
  7. the Aeroplane Heaven model. The sound is a bit thin, but the model is nice, and it is generally a fun aircraft. I did a few prewar US Navy and Marines paints: for the Yorktown: and two for the Ranger: full marks if you can tell me what is wrong with the last one, I still need to correct it.. I did do some corrections on this post Pearl Harbor scheme that came with the model: I did a baremetal one based in the Caribbean: and after I finally figured out how the navy system of codes and colors worked, I painted the three aircraft of No.1 (Red) F
    1 point
  8. It took me a while before I started with paint Auntie Ju, due to the stupid mirrored door textures, but with that problem solved I found I really like the old girl. So here are my Ju-52 paints so far: they built a few 100 of them after the war in France as the Amiot AAC1 Toucan: they were used in Sweden, with wheels: and with floats (and mirrored door) and even impressed into the Swedish Air Force during the war: the Dutch Flight School used a few right after the war: Belgian air line Sabena flew a few before the war: TAI of France (and Air F
    1 point
  9. Saccharine, sweet as that song and also has a bitter or metallic aftertaste.
    1 point
  10. Then so is this one Arnie, a crop Duster.
    1 point
  11. A bit cheeky, this one. Acropolis.
    1 point
  12. My most extensively researched topic to date! Countless hours of photo restoration! Enjoy and I hope you like the background music!
    1 point
  13. McKinnons latest:
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  14. I hear Spud Murphy is the pilot..!
    1 point
  15. San Francisco-based forwarders Flexport has been contracted to fly "three 747 loads of potatoes" to Japan to ease a spud shortage caused by flood-related delays at Vancouver Port and ongoing supply chain bottlenecks. A recent move by McDonald’s to limit french-fry portions in Japan has fed speculation that the tater consignee is, in fact, McDonald's.
    1 point
  16. I see that we have just under 4,500 members, but the contributions to the forum seem to be from a small core body of regulars. I wonder why that is, and that the wider membership dont contribute.
    1 point
  17. Hi Joe, Thanks for your reply, and sorry to hear of your health problems, I can imagine it must be somewhat of a strain. I was disappointed that MEBAR was absent last year, but that's life I guess. I have never paid much attention to social media, and am not on Farce Book or Twatter for that matter, and never will be. Cheers
    1 point
  18. I agree with you Phil and Joe. Mutley's Hangar is a friendly site and there is a lot of caring folk on here. But as Joe says, a lot have just grown and moved on to other interests. Hang in there, i'm sure there's more to come.
    1 point
  19. Whenever I've been on I have always found it to be a friendly place. I also really like the joke section and contribute from time to time. Phil
    1 point
  20. She certainly gets around James, another super repaint!
    1 point
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  22. here she is in Papua New Guinea: the weather got a bit worse as we landed..
    1 point
  23. So with XP12 looming on the horizon will anyone be taking the plunge? I might providing my payware add ons will be updated to work with it at no extra cost.
    1 point
  24. Another useless piece of information :- Why do we say Nosey Parker? Matthew Parker, who was Archbishop of Canterbury (1559-75), had rather a reputation for prying into the affairs of others. He therefore acquired the nickname 'Nosey Parker'.
    1 point
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  26. Ready for the Australia update at the months end:
    1 point
  27. Great repaints James!
    1 point
  28. Way back when, I used to have a video game called Marble Madness...
    1 point
  29. Nice shots Phil, thanks for sharing them. I also like the Kodiak, a great aircraft all round. Cheers
    1 point
  30. McKinnon, Badged up for it's contract with the Australian Wildlife Service:
    1 point
  31. Cracking screenshot Joe. Beautiful colours.
    1 point
  32. I asked my Chinese flatmate if he'd seen my cocaine. He said "Yes, he was great in The Italian Job".
    1 point
  33. Heartiest of birthday wishes to you James (Jaydor). Have a fantastic day
    1 point
  34. It is quite a deep hole in the ground: 2020 version
    1 point
  35. I have created a search table for the default standard keyboard, joystick, and X-Box type controller mappings for MSFS. I have also included the Honeycomb Alpha Yoke and Bravo Quadrant too as they appear to be the most popular yoke and quadrant combination for MSFS. https://mutleyshangar.com/controls.html It should be simple to use, as you type in the search words the table should auto filter to entries which contain the combination of words, for example, "Bravo throt" will return lines which contain that phrase. If you were to just enter "throt" then all controllers will b
    1 point
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