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FS2004 Curtiss P-40Q USAF Post-war civilian version of Curtiss's last attempt to improve the famous P-40 series. Although Curtiss did a fine job, the P-51's and others were already proving themselves. This post-war version is based on the one which flew at the '46 National Air Races, and appears as it might in the '60s or '70s. Model includes VC, reflective tex's, and full FS2002 ani's. Airfile made with AVhistory.org's 1% Spreadsheet process. Original aircfraft by Tim Conrad. 7.8MB
FS2004 P51D 'Lena' . Painting by Russian painter Andrew Lipcko entitled "Lena" ----If you are interested in beautiful contemporaneous art, search for Andrew Licko on the net and appreciate his work. Repaint of P51D by Francis F. Silva Original model by Robert "Hawk". 4.5MB
FS2004 Default Douglas DC-3 SABENA Textures only. During World War Two, SABENA stopped all European services. After the second world war in 1946, SABENA's fleet consisted of Douglas DC-3s. (There were tens of thousands of C-47 Dakotas available to help airlines restart operations after the war). The airline now flew under the name SABENA - Belgian World Airlines. Repaint & upload by Jeroen "killerbunny" De Keyzer. 2MB
FS2004 P-51D "Fantasia". This one of my favourites in my virtual hangar. The conmbination of chrome and lots of red looks great... I think. 'Fantasia' is what the name implies, a fantasy livery. I created it a few weeks ago and have already flown it from Hong Kong to Manila (just over an hour) WITHOUT speeding up the simulator (ie. REAL time). For those who want to try this flight, take off and land VHHH rwy 07L and take off and land Manila's RPLL rwy 06. This Mustang has real serial number 413317. The Mustang is at present in the Royal Airforce Museum in Hendon north London England. Please email a ine of thanks to the author of the model who deserves most of the credit. That is I Robert Hawk. Repaint by Francis F. Silva. 4.5MB
FS2004 P-51D "Evolution".Evolution is one of my favourites in my Virtual hangar. The combination of chrome and lots of red looks great... I think. This Mustang has real serial number 413317. The Mustang is at present in the Royal Airforce Museum in Hendon north London England. Please email a ine of thanks to the author of the model who deserves most of the credit. That is I Robert Hawk. Repaint by Francis F. Silva. 5.7MB
FS2004 P51D "Blue Lady". A variation of a real and beautiful aircraft which is at present in the Royal Airforce Museum in north Hendon London England It is actually touching to see such aircraft standing proud after a long career during WW2. I claim credit for the repaint but all the credit should go to Robert Hawk who made available to us this beautiful P51D Repaint by Francis F. Silva Original model by Robert "Hawk". 5MB
FS2004 Fokker F VIIb/3m Ala Littoria Textures only. The Fokker F.VII trimotor was one of the best airliners of the inter-war period. After 1930 Fokker F.VIIb/3m was licence-built by Italian I.M.A.M. (Industrie Meccaniche Aeronautiche Meridionali) that renamed it 'Ro-10'. Four 'Ro-10' were used by Italian 'Ala Littoria' (I-DUCE, I-AAXX, I-AAXY, I-AAXZ) on colonial routes. These textures require the original aircraft package (KNIML version) by Jens B. Kristensen (here). Installation instructions are included. Repaint by Manuele Villa. 1.3MB
FS2004 G.A.L. Monospar ST.25 Air Ambulance The G.A.L. Monospar was a series of ligth and utility aircraft built by General Aircraft Ltd in the 1930's. The ST.25 Universal was one of the last versions, with a twin tail and other improvements. This is a model of c/n 95, built in 1937 as an air ambulance. It served for two years or so in England as a company demonstrator registered G-AYEF, before it was sold to the 'Zonen' salvage corps in Denmark as OY-DAZ. The aircraft is preserved today in Denmark. Detailed interior, virtual cockpit. By Jens B. Kristensen. 3.2MB
FS2004 P-51D 'Morning Light'. An imaginary livery, following the celebration of painter Licko this time with his painting entitled 'Morning Light'. As for the Mustang itself, it is real and it has real serial number, number 413317. It is at present an exhibit at the Royal Airforce Museum in Hendon, north London, England. Please email a line of thanks to the author of the model who deserves most of the credit. That is I Robert Hawk. Repaint by Francis F. Silva. Repaint of P51D by Francis F. Silva Original model by Robert "Hawk" . 4.2MB
FS2004 P51 Mustang D Crazy Horse". This is a Repaint of Roger Dial's P51 Mustang D entitled Crazy Horse" it was built in 1944 as a P-51D and later converted to North American standards as a dual cockpit / dual controlled TF-51 Mustang. It wears the authentic colors of the 48th Fighter Squadron, 352nd Fighter Group, 8th Air Force at Asche, Belgium, 1945."Crazy Horse" is one of only twelve dual controlled Mustangs existing in the world.This is a historicaly accurate.and is a Complete Aircraft Textures By Mark "Fireball" Rooks. 3.7MB