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    Nice one Dave, keep up the good work, & glad that now & then I can assist.
    Keith

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    Thanks for all of your efforts Dave. I've enjoyed your creations for sometime now.

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    keep them coming Dave

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    Thanks guys

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    Dave,

    I have downloaded most of your a/c, if not all, and your work is great.
    It fills a vacuum in the sim, as do Keith Paine's aircraft. Between the two of you, someone who loves British aviation is greatly served with wonderful products...

    Keep up the great work.

    Nick Tselepides, Athens, Greece

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    David

    I could not believe it when I first saw your Boulton-Paul Balliol.
    When I was in the RAF in 1956 stationed at Middle Wallop, there was a squadron of Balliols providing advanced pilot training.

    It was the very first aircraft in which I flew and a flight which I will never forget.

    Thank you so much for producing it,

    Cheers

    Gordon
    NSW, Australia.

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    I would like to find former aircraft for britsim web site (the monarch for example).
    Can they be found elsewhere on the web?
    Thanks

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    David

    I was actually seeking the Chrislea Super Ace model - through your name link - when I found your super
    Blackburn B2 model. The actual aircraft was Parked across at 'Flying School' when I worked at Blackburn Aircraft and I had been hoping that it would appear as a Sim model. Have taken many photos of it at Old Warden.... so I was delighted to find this work of art.

    In building up a collection of early GA aircraft I am still hoping to track down the Super Ace model so would appreciate any guidance

    Many thanks for your brilliant models

    Glen

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    David ... I love your aircraft, details are superb, especially the Austers... Some years ago I criticised you for having the mixture control back to front on your J5 Auster. Quite recently I found the Pilot's Notes for my old J5F and the mixture control is exactly as you made it. My memory is still that it was the other way round but you were right all along. A thousand apologies.
    David Wilson-Steer

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