a few weeks after the -10 to -50 series, here comes the updated Dc-8-super60s as well. Featuring the DC-8-61, Dc-8-61CF, DC-8-62, DC-8-62CF, Dc-8-62AF, DC-8-63, DC-8-63CF, DC-8-63PF and DC-8-63AF.
More than the version, the main big distinguishing factor between the various planes is the plethora of different door arrangements that douglas offered (it reminded me so much of the 757, which had me ending with a ton of drawings for every model because of that). I initally thought the different door setups were the way to tell apart a standard from a CF (convertible freigher or combi) version, but then I found out that was not the case.
final funny trivia: the DC-8-63PF were a very little bunch of half-a-dozen aircrafts purchased only by Easter Airlines. they had the strengthened cabin floor like the CFs but had no cargo door at all. wierd.
In a few more weeks I should be able to complete the super-70s as well.