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    Default 1998 Beechcraft A36 Bonanza

    Just a few shots of my beautiful 1998 Beechcraft A36 Bonanza with TipTanks.
    This is the incredible Dreamfleet model and it is quite a joy to fly! It comes in 3 model variants, including a 'fantasy float' version too. I always enjoy getting her out of the hanger, polishing the paint till it's gleaming in the sunlight, and then taking her up for an enjoyable flight.


    The Beech A36 is general aviation airplane design that combines elegant lines with rugged raw power in a manner with begs for attention ~ you can't help not staring @ one of these beauties!



    The A36 is extremely versatile and easy to load with the large rear passenger doors providing easy entry for both luggage and persons alike.



    Loaded and ready to make the call "Clear Prop!"



    Taxiing out to the runway in my freshly cleaned Beech A36.



    Strobe lights are ON and we are ready-to-go with clearance having just been given to us for departure. Applying power to the Beech's throttle so we can taxi into position for takeoff.

    Thanks for viewing! Have a great weekend.


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    One of my all time favorites also,but the Garmin isn't compatible with Vista 64

    Great shots Glenn

    Adam

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    Lovely Glenn

    I have a real softspot for the A36 too, it is such a joy to fly

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    Very nice shots. Great bird.
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    Great shots

    Matthew Kane - Beechcraft Starship 3D Model Designer
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    Great stuff Glenn Greets!

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    wow, that really looks great. i even like the paint job. would love to see more, including the view from the vc. ive got an old v35 from dreamfleet that looks great on the outside, but i hate the vc because the framing between the windshield and front windows is way to wide and the perspective is all wrong. anyway, looks super.
    Phil Colvin

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    Hey Wolf

    I have a cockpit shot of the A36 here, https://www.flightsim.com/vbfs/showt...ight=Beech+A36 there are click spots on the glareshield which allow you a VFR view and to click your way around the cabin (in 2D view), obviously not required in VC

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    It's a great looking GA bird, cool shots Glenn.

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    Great shots of that fine looking bird Glenn.
    Larry

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