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Thread: Fairchild C-119 Box Car (Yamamoto model) repaints

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    Default Fairchild C-119 Box Car (Yamamoto model) repaints

    Hi there again fellas,
    If there's one thing I love as much as classic airliners, it's the classic Military aircraft. So, this time around I've gone military.
    I've just completed a mammoth 23 repaints for Daisuke Yamamoto's C-119 Box Car. Definitely one of my all time favorite Military transports. I've got to say, I have a strong inclination towards classic American military transports/freighters/heavies to other nations' ones. C-124s, C-133s, C-130s, C-5s, C-141s, and the list goes on.

    A little info on the C-119: An excellent military transport, the first C-119 made its maiden flight in November 1947. By the time production ceased in 1955, more than 1,150 C-119s had been built. It would become popularly known as the "Flying Boxcar". The Boxcar was the US Air Force's standard tactical transport during the early Cold War from the 1950s to the early 1960s. It lingered in service into the Vietnam War, a number of them serving as "AC-119" gunships. From the 1960s onward, they served in ANG squadrons. The C-119 ended service with all US forces around 1974.

    I have actually uploaded a full package of the aircraft for FSX with all 23 repaints, on one of the other sites.

    The pics:
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    USAF - USMC - USN Continued .............

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    Well done! Interesting aircraft for its time. I believe my Dad got to ride in one when he was in the Air Force

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    wow, nice collection! I especially like the ones with the day-glo panels.
    I did a few myself, but for the Aeroplane Heaven model. Funnily enough, I see only one we both painted, 49-186 in French colors:


    any plans for the aircraft from the Flight of the Phoenix movie?
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    you'll find all my repaints here.

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    Great series of shots. Great annotation too. Enjoyed it very much. Thank you for sharing.

    Khalid
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    A fine group of pretty paints for the C-119 Ted.
    Larry

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    Thank a lot fellas.

    Jan, you are one of the best repainters around. Glad you like my repaints. Unfortunately, I don't have the Aeroplane Heaven C-119, but I did notice your repaints of it, as of many other planes you have repainted. I think you're Belgian, is that right? I have done one of the Belgian Air Force C-119s, which is the first picture in my post. As for repainting the Phoenix C-119, I don't think I will. Mainly because I am not really interested in fictional scheme repaints. However, the last picture in my post- of the USN C-119G Long Nose with the day-glo colors, was used as a prop in the 2004 version of the "Flight of the Phoenix" movie (the original 1965 "Flight of the Phoenix" movie, used a C-82 Packet, I believe).

    David, it's interesting your dad has flown in a C-119. That would've been enjoyable.

    Khalid, and Larry, thanks. Enjoy your flights.

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    Yep! A great series of paints, the French one included ( )
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    All fantastic !!! Oh, and JK is Dutch. Explains it all!

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    Glad you like them Peer.

    I apologize to Jan, I thought he was Belgian.

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