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Post subject: Re: Planebucket Discussion ThreadPosted: January 5th, 2017, 10:57 pm
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Post subject: Re: Planebucket Discussion ThreadPosted: January 7th, 2017, 4:07 am
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Lots of work here by Cascaida and BB1987, but I think I have all of the widebodies here. Labels might happen if I feel like it:

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Post subject: Re: Planebucket Discussion ThreadPosted: January 7th, 2017, 4:52 am
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I see you already modified my Il-96 into the stretched -M and -400 variants. Thanks, that actually saves me time as I no longer have to modify her myself for my AU's airlines sheet.

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Post subject: Re: Planebucket Discussion ThreadPosted: January 7th, 2017, 5:02 am
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I still need to hack out stretched DC-10s and double deck VC.10s. While the later are not conventional widebodies, I think they should still count.

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Post subject: Re: Planebucket Discussion ThreadPosted: January 7th, 2017, 10:06 am
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The 747-500 and -600 have to be added as well. As soon as I'm finished with the FD 747s I'll do them for this SB sheet. I'll try not to make you wait too much for them.

On a side note, just two quibbles:
-I'm possibly caring too much about overdetailing but the tailcone of the MD-11 is a tad longer and more squared than the one on the DC-10 link
-This is a commmon occurrence with newer planes whose design might change during developement phase, so that there is honesly no one at fault here, but the A350 tail -and tailcone- ended up being straighter and higher than what initial linedrawings and official simulations showed. link

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Post subject: Re: Planebucket Discussion ThreadPosted: January 7th, 2017, 2:20 pm
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BB1987 wrote:
The 747-500 and -600 have to be added as well. As soon as I'm finished with the FD 747s I'll do them for this SB sheet. I'll try not to make you wait too much for them.
I will happily add those when they become available. Please, take your time as I did not intend to cause you to rush. :)
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On a side note, just two quibbles:
-I'm possibly caring too much about overdetailing but the tailcone of the MD-11 is a tad longer and more squared than the one on the DC-10 link
-This is a commmon occurrence with newer planes whose design might change during developement phase, so that there is honesly no one at fault here, but the A350 tail -and tailcone- ended up being straighter and higher than what initial linedrawings and official simulations showed. link
In my defense, the MD-11 is one of the oldest drawings on this sheet (right up there with the A300/310). And I'll look into the A350 corrections.

Oddly enough, this sheet started out as one that was just the twins from the 1970s and early 1980s (DC-10 Twin, Bistar, 767 and A300/310) and it just sort of grew out of control.

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Post subject: Re: Planebucket Discussion ThreadPosted: January 7th, 2017, 3:11 pm
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What is that curious design below B747-SP?


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Post subject: Re: Planebucket Discussion ThreadPosted: January 7th, 2017, 4:18 pm
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That's the Boeing Sonic Cruiser, a high sub-sonic concept abandoned in 2002.

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Post subject: Re: Planebucket Discussion ThreadPosted: January 7th, 2017, 9:20 pm
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Updates and labels will probably come, but if this is going to be a thing, I needed to properly organize it:

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Post subject: Re: Planebucket Discussion ThreadPosted: January 10th, 2017, 2:22 pm
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Widebodies_v2 has been updated with the 777-100 and the 7J7. Work on the DC-10-60s, MD-11, & A350s is planned with no completion date programed.

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