The problem is I am pretty sure United and Pan Am only flew the -500. We dont have a model for that one. HJG only does "realistic" livery's. Maybe someone could do one for you on the other version but it would be an "on the side" sort of thing, not officially sanctioned by HJG. There IS a very interesting United/pan Am hybrid paint i have seen in some pics.
Post by aerofoto - HJG Admin on Jan 4, 2020 19:35:54 GMT
Jim's quite right
PA and UA only ever operated the L1011-500 .... the very TRISTAR version we don't (yet) offer.
Jim's also quite right too .... in that there were some hybrid UA/PA liveries floating around during the mid 80's (I can pin-point this to 1986 because I saw them on UA operated ex-PA B747-SP's at AKL and SYD .... and which appeared as per the texture below which was worked up by Camilo and myself, but, hasn't been released anywhere yet)....
I seem to recall though that these PA/UA hybrid liveries were only seen on the B747-SP's though .... but then again .... I'm not sure since neither the PA or UA L-1011's ever came to AKL or SYD.
The short fuselage, wider span, and longer ranging L-1011-500 was the only version of the TRISTAR ever operated by PA.
I know for a fact the L-1011's UA acquired from PA didn't remain in their service for very long at all .... in fact I think they were all gone within 3 to 5 years of their acquisition.
"IF" either of our painters wanted to work up the L-1011 model we currently host in either PA or UA (or both) liveries, then, they are free to be able to do so (as a special favor to the requester) .... or otherwise just as Peter did in the case of the following CO L-1011 livery which "very nearly", but ultimately didn't, become a reality also during the mid, to late, 1980's ....
Not all of us here like the prospect of "FAKE PLANES".
Personally I can't stand the bloody things ... but there again .... I "do" tend to be more "a realist" .... despite my (occasional) indulgence in FS