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FS9/FSX Mid Continent textures for Tom Gibson/ Greg Pepper Convair 240. Mid Continent textures by Gary Harper. These textures depict N90663 about 1952.
Uses the Tom Gibson C440 here:http://www.simviation.com/simviation/static.php?ID=84&page=4
Posted Oct 6, 2008 22:49 by Gary Harper
45.20Mb (8966 downloads)
Convair CV-640 Caribair 1965 Updated & fixed. The Convair 640 was a turboprop conversion of the Convair-Liner 340 and was powered by two Rolls-Royce Datrt Rda.10 Mk 542-4 turboprops providing a top speed of 482 kmh and a range of 4835 km. Caribair CV-640
Posted Oct 3, 2008 00:40 by Carlos Marrero
3.67Mb (1365 downloads)
FS9/FSX Lake Central textures for Tom Gibson/ Greg Pepper Convair 340. Lake Central textures by Gary Harper. These textures depict N73151 about 1962.
Required files:required file
Posted Sep 16, 2008 20:45 by Gary Harper
4.50Mb (6574 downloads)
FS2004 Dornier Do228-212 19 seat commuter & utility STOL aircraft. LGW (Luftfahrtgesellschaft Walter), Dortmund, Germany New model with full animation, dynamic shine & reflective textures. Includes a 2D Panel and VC with a complete passenger cabin, opening passenger door with airstair, cargo doors and sound. By Jean-Pierre Brisard, Bob May, Joe Zerilli ¦ Premier Aircraft Design
Posted Sep 16, 2008 08:50 by email@example.com
5.92Mb (5327 downloads)
FS2004 Dornier Do228-212 19 seat military utility STOL aircraft. German Navy. Two versions (1) general purpose transport (2) environmental patrol with SLAR radar antenna. New models with full animation, dynamic shine & reflective textures. Includes a 2D Panel and VC with a complete passenger cabin, opening passenger door with airstair, cargo doors and sound. By Jean-Pierre Brisard, Bob May, Joe Zerilli ¦ Premier Aircraft Design
Posted Sep 11, 2008 12:02 by firstname.lastname@example.org
5.22Mb (7529 downloads)
FS2002/FS2004 ERCO 415 Ercoupe. This was designed by several engineers at the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) in response to a Bureau of Air Commerce design competition during the mid 1930s for an easy-to-fly, safe airplane. The Engineering and Reseach Company (ERCO) was founded to develop the design. The 415 utilized a two-control system with a control wheel linking the rudder, ailerons and nose wheel. The wheel also controlled the elevator. This arrangement eliminated the need for rudder pedals. Four kind of models and five kind of paint examples are included. by Kazunori Ito.
Posted Sep 6, 2008 03:18 by K Ito