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MangoTango

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  • Birthday 06/01/1970

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  1. View File A2A T-6 Texan SE-FUZ A repaint for the payware A2A North American T-6 Texan in the colors of the previous Swedish Air Force T-6G now in civilian ownership as SE-FUZ SE-FUZ is a Norduyun Harvard Mk IIB c/n 14526 (42-12279) and started its life i Canada as FE792. 1947 it was purchased by the Swedish Air Force but remained on the American continent for some time. It was used by the Swedish Air Attaché in Washington DC until 1951, During that time it was painted blue with gold stripes and had the consispiscious registration SE01. In 1950 it was shipped to Sweden and got overhauled. In 1953 It was painted green and delivered to the F 7 wing in Sweden. In march 1972 it was sold and got the civil registration SE-FUZ and has remained in Sweden ever since. Today it is flying in a highly polished paint scheme and looks like new. The repaint depicts the aircraft as it looked in 1980. Still in the Swedish Air Force colours from 1953 but rather worn and sunbleached. Submitter MangoTango Submitted 05/03/2016 Category Europe
  2. Version 1.0.0

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    A repaint for the payware A2A North American T-6 Texan in the colors of the previous Swedish Air Force T-6G now in civilian ownership as SE-FUZ SE-FUZ is a Norduyun Harvard Mk IIB c/n 14526 (42-12279) and started its life i Canada as FE792. 1947 it was purchased by the Swedish Air Force but remained on the American continent for some time. It was used by the Swedish Air Attaché in Washington DC until 1951, During that time it was painted blue with gold stripes and had the consispiscious registration SE01. In 1950 it was shipped to Sweden and got overhauled. In 1953 It was painted green and delivered to the F 7 wing in Sweden. In march 1972 it was sold and got the civil registration SE-FUZ and has remained in Sweden ever since. Today it is flying in a highly polished paint scheme and looks like new. The repaint depicts the aircraft as it looked in 1980. Still in the Swedish Air Force colours from 1953 but rather worn and sunbleached.
  3. View File A2A T-6 Texan RCAF 334 A repaint for the payware A2A North American T-6 Texan in the colors of a Royal Canadian Air Force RCAF 334 1952 North American Harvard Mk.4 #20334 One of the last 5 Harvards produced in cooperation with North American, Harvard 334 entered service with the RCAF in late 1952 in south/central Alberta Canada. World War Two had ended and the Korean conflict was in full swing. Canada was very much involved in the early days of the jet age with state of the art F-86, T-33 and C-100 fighter jets. The airforce needed pilots and naturally turned to the venerable Harvard for advanced flight training. 334 served in this role up right into the late 1960s where she was then sold to a number of private owners. Today, she is privately owned and operated out of Bassano, Alberta and as of 2014 was giving rides and pilot checkouts. 334 is a very special bird because what you see, is all original(except for the red paint on the nose and tail that was added recently for unknown reasons) All instrumentation is original including irradiated gauges that still give a slight green glow. The radios are original and still functional and last but not least an original P&W 1340 with 1100hours still takes her into the air to this day and all days.. for 64 years. It's hardly been used. Repaint by Magnus Almgren, based on the paintkit by A2A. Submitter MangoTango Submitted 04/26/2016 Category North America
  4. Version 1.0.0

    235 downloads

    A repaint for the payware A2A North American T-6 Texan in the colors of a Royal Canadian Air Force RCAF 334 1952 North American Harvard Mk.4 #20334 One of the last 5 Harvards produced in cooperation with North American, Harvard 334 entered service with the RCAF in late 1952 in south/central Alberta Canada. World War Two had ended and the Korean conflict was in full swing. Canada was very much involved in the early days of the jet age with state of the art F-86, T-33 and C-100 fighter jets. The airforce needed pilots and naturally turned to the venerable Harvard for advanced flight training. 334 served in this role up right into the late 1960s where she was then sold to a number of private owners. Today, she is privately owned and operated out of Bassano, Alberta and as of 2014 was giving rides and pilot checkouts. 334 is a very special bird because what you see, is all original(except for the red paint on the nose and tail that was added recently for unknown reasons) All instrumentation is original including irradiated gauges that still give a slight green glow. The radios are original and still functional and last but not least an original P&W 1340 with 1100hours still takes her into the air to this day and all days.. for 64 years. It's hardly been used. Repaint by Magnus Almgren, based on the paintkit by A2A.
  5. View File A2A T-6 Texan 49-2993 A repaint for the payware A2A North American T-6G Texan in the colors of a French 49-2993. It was stationed 1961 in Algeria at the 7/72 EALA Squadron Repaint by Magnus Almgren, based on the paintkit by A2A. A2A T6 92993.zip Submitter MangoTango Submitted 04/17/2016 Category Europe
  6. Version 1.0.1

    154 downloads

    A repaint for the payware A2A North American T-6G Texan in the colors of a French 49-2993. It was stationed 1961 in Algeria at the 7/72 EALA Squadron Repaint by Magnus Almgren, based on the paintkit by A2A. A2A T6 92993.zip
  7. View File A2A T-6 Texan 14915 A repaint for the payware A2A North American T-6 Texan in the colors of a French 14915. The plane is displayed at "Le Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace" in Paris but is actually a repainted 51-14522. It is not clear if the original 14915 served in battle but it had fixtures under the wing for both rocketpods and bombs. Submitter MangoTango Submitted 04/11/2016 Category Europe
  8. Version 1.0.0

    170 downloads

    A repaint for the payware A2A North American T-6 Texan in the colors of a French 14915. The plane is displayed at "Le Musee de l'Air et de l'Espace" in Paris but is actually a repainted 51-14522. It is not clear if the original 14915 served in battle but it had fixtures under the wing for both rocketpods and bombs.
  9. View File A2A T-6 Texan USNAVY A repaint for the payware A2A North American T-6 Texan in the colors of a USNAVY N645DS Repaint by Magnus Almgren, based on the paintkit by A2A. A2A T6 N645DS.zip A2A T6 N645DS.zip Submitter MangoTango Submitted 04/05/2016 Category North America
  10. Version 1.0.0

    159 downloads

    A repaint for the payware A2A North American T-6 Texan in the colors of a USNAVY N645DS Repaint by Magnus Almgren, based on the paintkit by A2A. A2A T6 N645DS.zip A2A T6 N645DS.zip
  11. View File A2A T-6G Texan Swedish Airforce A repaint for the payware A2A North American T-6 Texan in the colors of a SK 16A of the Swedish Airforce Historic Flight, Mil serial Nr 16073 and Civ reg SE-FVU Repaint by Magnus Almgren, based on the paintkit by A2A. A2A T6 SE-FVU.zip Submitter MangoTango Submitted 04/04/2016 Category Europe
  12. Version 1.0.1

    84 downloads

    A repaint for the payware A2A North American T-6 Texan in the colors of a SK 16A of the Swedish Airforce Historic Flight, Mil serial Nr 16073 and Civ reg SE-FVU Repaint by Magnus Almgren, based on the paintkit by A2A. A2A T6 SE-FVU.zip