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Dewoitine D700-T2


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In 2007 I downloaded this aircraft, it is a J.R. Lucariny model, the Dewoitine D700-T2.

I gave it a fictional paint and turned it in to an ai type by tweaking the config, I got her to fly OK, anyway I discovered it again on one of my disks and thought to give it another go.

If anyone wants to try it look here: http://www.simviation.com/fs2004props91.htm

I tried to find any info on this aircraft but drew a blank, it could be fictional or one that was never built.


Dewoitine D700-T2 taxi.jpg


Dewoitine D700-T2 climb.jpg


Dewoitine D700-T2 over LFPO..jpg


Dewoitine D700-T2 Flight.jpg


The Paint

Dewoitine D700-T2 paint.jpg

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Hi Colin, I searched for "Dewoitine D.700" and found this website forum with some very interesting info: https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/threads/dewoitine-d-700-to-d-721.10572/

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Thanks Tim, interesting stuff.

I remember the very first time I saw it I thought it looked like a mini DC3 and that's what attracted me to it, the version I have is for FS9 but it obviously works in FSX, I had to change the prop textures as well.

One thing I don't like about it one of my bug bears is the pom pom lights as Tom Gibson calls them, I remember having a conversation with him about them on his website, I call them balloon lights, shame when modelers include these because to me they spoil a really good model.



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Looking good!

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