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  Panels Page 14
FS 2004 Douglas C-54 panel. This panel has been done for late C-54, the military variant of the DC-4. I t might also be used on early DC-6. You need FSUIPC to make the traffic radar work By: Michael "Pappi" Vader. 2.8MB

FS2004/2002 Boeing 737-219 ADV Panel Based in LAN's 737-200 panels high detailed panel whit Overhead an pedestal includes TCAS and several working sistemsdedicates to al the 737-200 pilots aroud the world i strongly recomend the sounds of Daniel Careri and the 737-200 of Lanexpress of Focus. Juan Eduardo Fürche Rossé. 12.5MB

FS2004 Supermarine Spitfire Panel This panel is based on the default CFS panel. I have added custom radios and Nav instruments as well as special taxi/landing views where you look on the side with your head out of the plane. You also can use the panning buttons which elevate the seat for a better view from your seat when taking off. Special gauges by Jean-Pierre Langer and Arne Bartels, including an airspeed gauge in knots.1.7MB
FS2004 Beech Bonanza Panel This is an update for the panel originally made by Horst Paetzold for use in the great VFD-1948 Beechcraft Bonanza 35 by John Recker. Horst's panel had you flying from the right hand seat and because the original shot was taken from the doorway, it was skewed on an angle and made you feel as though you were flying 'sideways' all the time. So using a bit of graphical magic I changed everything around :-) It's not perfect but I like it a lot better. You will need Horst's original panel package called 'hpbonpnl.zip' obtainable here. Just install it as instructed, then rename the panel.cfg file something like panel_old.cfg. Then just copy the bmp and panel.cfg files that are contained in this zip into the panel folder of the aircraft. This will leave Horst's bmp intact so if you prefer the original version ;-) you can go back to it. Happy flying. Check out the screenshot before going ahead. Roger Mole. 304K
FS2004 Cessna-337 Photoreal panel - especially made for Mike Stone's aircraft by Horst Paetzold. 4.2MB

FS2004 Panel--Boeing 767 with 3D effects, side and rear views, upper panel, etc. Gauges by Chris Jeanne. Panel by Massimo Grassi. 8.4MB

FS2004 C-130 Hercules panel - made for Mike Stones C-130, though could be used in any C-130. Easier to read gauges and landing window. 563K
FS2004 Photoreal panel Learjet-35 specially made and only usable for Mike Stone's aircraft (slear35.zip here)) made by Horst Paetzold. 3.7MB

FS2004 Photorealistic Douglas A4 Skyhawk Panel by Jean-Pierre Langer and Arne Bartels based on photos taken on an A4-N at Nimes-Garons airport. Specific gauges have been made for this panel. It also includes an improved flight model by Bee Gee. 9.1MB

FS2004 SAAB J35F/J Draken panel, version 2.0.23 Advanced instrument panel including accurate flight dynamics, sound package, checklists. No stock gauges, all are custom made in XML. Full electrical panel, radarscope, radios, custom autopilot. Aircraft is NOT included, I recommend downloading Kazunori Ito's J 35 J (here). By Thomas Nilsson/Bookmark Digital Graphics and Swedish Airforce pilot Capt. Per Jelkne. 3.9MB