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Repaint of the stock CFS3 P-51D in the colors of the 343rd FS by Bryan Britt. Also included is a repaint of the cockpit.This is just the basic paint scheme, there are no designating numbers on the fuselage or tail. 983K
North American Mustang Mk. IVA 112 Squadron, Royal Air Force Cervia, Italy, May 1945. Repainted textures. Here is the final piston-engined aircraft type operated by 112 Sqn, the Mustang IVA (P-51K); a mixture of Mk.IV's (P-51D) and IVA's were operated from February 1945 until December 1946. Jeff Smith. 1.4MB
RAF officers pennants for CFS3. More Noseart for the British aircraft. A set of Officers pennants to show your rank! Please read the readme to find out what flag goes with which officer. By George Cox. (Woodlouse2002). 78K
Mustang MK IV from the RCAF 442nd Squadron by Josh "Stonewall" Stuart . It is important to read the information included. Research material were used to make the aircraft as accurate as possible. They are used at your own risk. They have been extensively tested in CFS3 and work perfectly. Enjoy an alternative to the default aircraft included in the original sim. 1.2MB
P51_D Exlax Shht'n'Git by Josh "Stonewall" Stuart. It is important to read the information included. Research material were used to make the aircraft as accurate as possible. They are used at your own risk. They have been extensively tested in CFS3 and work perfectly. Enjoy an alternative to the default aircraft included in the original sim. 1.5MB
CFS3 BF 109 "Black Double Chevron" of Hauptmann Helmut Wick, Gruppenkommandeur of 1.JG/ 2 "Richthofen", Beaumont-le-Roger, Oct 1940. Aircraft of the Aces - Legends of WW2 compiled by Tony Holmes. 2MB

P51_D SUSU FF-850 by Josh "Stonewall" Stuart Air File Conversion by cfsarea51 This aircraft is based on P51D Susu FF-850. S/N 44-84850. The author is Josh "Stonewall" Stuart. Research material were used to make the aircraft as accurate as possible. 1.3MB

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