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FS2004 Boeing 377 Stratocruiser RANSA, Venezuela. This repaint shows CalClassic Boeing Stratocruiser in the colors of Venezuelan air freighter RANSA. A total of ten of these heavy transports were operated by RANSA up until the end when the company went bankrupt in 1966. Textures only. The B377NWA (Stratocruiser of Northwest Airlines with radar) of California Classic is needed to see the result. Model by Dave McQueen, Greg Pepper, and Tom Gibson. Repaint: Jaap de Baare. 2.9MB

FS2004 B377 RANSA texture Fix This texture fix will add Yellow tips to the propellers and the letters "RANSA" on the fuselage will be properly spaced. Also if desired a more reflecting aluminium shine can be added to the fuselage, instead of keeping the dull less reflecting aluminium it has now. Textures by Jaap de Baare. 2.5MB

FS2004 Fiat CR32 Regia Aeronautica. This is a remake of my previus uploaded CR32x biplane aircraft featuring a new photographic panel, a redesigned airfoil, model and little changes in textures and minipanel plus a simple virtual cockpit. The Fiat CR 32 was characterised by its elegance and superb manoeuvrability . During the years before the world war II was flown in the "Squadriglia Folle" italian aerobatic team . The pilots loved this plane and credited it as the best designed by Ing. Celestino Rosatelli. It was also flown at the beginning of the "W.W.II." , but soon, outperformed by modern monoplanes, was dismissed. The one represented here, is in prewar livery...not exactly historic since the crew used to repaint the planes overnight. P.S. : The CR32 really carried two airspeed indicators. Capt. G.Quai & Capt. I. D'Attomo. 1.8MB
FS2004 Tupolev ANT-20 "Maksim Gorkii". The largest land-based aircraft of its time, the 1934 "Maksim Gorkii" was flagship of the Agitational Squadron, a fleet intended for propaganda of a "communist industrialization and airfleet buildup." Other aircraft in it were named for Soviet newspapers and magazines:"Pravda," "Pionerskaya Pravda" and "Krokodil." And isn't it amazing what a controlled economy will attempt once it gets its ducks lined up? Dennis Simanaitis. 6.5MB
FS2004 Saunders-Roe SR45 Princess. The Princess was to be a post-WWII long-range flying boat. Alas, evolving technology (and bureaucratic bungling) kept it from being successful. This FS2004 version was built with Gmax. Sound, non-default gauges and startup files are included. By Dennis Simanaitis. 7.1MB
FS2004 Abrams Explorer, circa 1939. The Explorer was designed for a single purpose: aerial photography; thus, its wonderfully open glass cabin. This virtual version for FS2004 has lots of Gmax features and a great view. By Dennis Simanaitis. 1.3MB
FS2004 Martin B-10 The Martin B-10 was the first all metal, retracting gear, enclosed cockpit design bomber produced in large numbers for the USAAC. This FSDSV3 project includes the usual animations, operating bomb bay, crew figures and transparent glass. It has two liveries; a reflective livery for the 2nd bomber group and a traditional Yellow - Blue livery for the 19th bomber group, The 2D panel and VC are based on a photo. By Paul Clawson. 2.8MB
FS2004 SPAD VII Union Jack, A wonderful plane to fly and land. Repaint by Chris Herring, Original model by Stuart Green, 4.5MB
FS2004 SPAD VII Checkerboard, A wonderful plane to fly and land. Repaint by Chris Herring, Original model by Stuart Green, 4.5MB
FS2004 SPAD VII Blue Dream, A wonderful plane to fly and land. Repaint by Chris Herring, Original model by Stuart Green, 4.5MB