Spitfire Rework

You can vote for that livery here

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Seriously, the Spitfire is such a great WWII fighter plane to fly. All of you should think about reworking it.

cough

Might aswell add the Hurricane with it

cough

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Good idea to add the Hawker Hurricane as well as it’s the Spitfire’s rival in Battle of Britain.

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Not rival, the rival was the Bf-109. The hurricane was the spitfires teammate in the war. And the hurricane actually did alot of the hard work in most of the war.

Vote for it here : Hawker Hurricane

Anyways back on topic for the spitfire

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#bringbackGA

This would be awesome to have reworked got my vote

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I cant wait for the different liveries and mk types to come in a rework. would love to recreate duxford display of 16 different Spits in one massive diamond formation

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Voted, love flying it.

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If the spit gets a rework I hope it’s the later ones with the griffon engine and the canopy becomes a separate animation from the landing gear

I need the RAAF version to celebrate the RAAF’s 100th Anniversary next year.

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It would still be nice to have the Merlin engine types as they sound awesome too, i know they arent as powerful etc… but they were what made the spitfire the spitfire too and all part of the history !!

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Im sure that will stay, The ZP-Q ‘Grey Nurse’ is one of the most famous spits going even with the limited history of it use and having delved into the history of this specific livery is awesome

ZP-Q named Grey Nurse, represents the 614th assembled A58 Spitfire manufactured in Australia and flew under No.457 Sqn in World War Two.

The Markings ZP-Q was flown by RAAF Flt Lt Alf Glendenning DFC, He was awarded the Distingushed Flying Cross for his bravery in fighting an ME 109 over the English Channel while he was with 405 Sqn before moving to 457 later that year.

A little history for all those interested !! would hate to see this livery go…

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Why everyone ignores warbirds :( ?
Imo they would be flown more often if we had some reworked ones. We could also do great WW2 events !

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Literally the whole IFC: * starting to cry * … we don’t have a reworked A380. We don’t have reworked E-Jets. … and, and we don’t have have a reworked 747 blu blu blu blu blu

Spitfire: Hol’ my beer guys !
The Spitfire does neither have a trash cockpit nor good physics nor a good quality.

The legendary flying wheel without lift alien technology

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I’m for the re-work of any airplane that needs one in the IF fleet.

With that said, I can wait for this one.

Why?

One of last things I want as IFATC is for 10 Spits to be doing pattern work in my airspace.

If anyone has experienced an impromptu Spit test, you get where I’m coming from, ha!

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Sorry but that was one of the weakest arguments I’ve ever heard 😂

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My friend - experience a spit test and you’ll understand, ha!.

Clearly I’m not being serious in my argument for this to be towards the end of the re-work list…

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I would love for this to come to IF. This is my go to aircraft for airshows

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I have expierenced this with 15 spits at one of my trainings back in the day and well although it is 1 thing that is annoying. this small problem should not inhibit or reduce the chances of this getting reworked as that isnt fair on all those who use it outside the IFATC trainings !!!

I admire you Griz being a brother of mine but i have to disagree with your statements.

Love Scott

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I want to be clear. So these words can be heard loud and clear.

I used ‘ha’ two times and made a statement of “I’m not being serious.”

My comment is not a representation nor should be taken seriously and not have any influence as to when IF puts this in its list of aircraft re-works.

I was joking. It was a comment that old school IFATC should be able to relate to. Nothing more.

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