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FS2004 P51D Mustang Lisbon. Camouflage livery of a real P51D Mustang ( no. 413410 ) parked ar Lisbon's International Airport (LPPT). Repaint of P51D by Francis F. Silva. Original model by Robert "Hawk". 3.9MB
FS2004 P51D Mustang Olympic. Repaint of P51D by Francis F. Silva. Original model by Robert "Hawk". 4.8MB
FS2004 Bell YFM-1A Airacuda This unusal aircraft was designed as a bomber destroyer featuring twin cannon in the nacelles. It was too slow and cumbersome for that role so only 13 were built. This model depicts the last version which had flush turrets and a tricycle gear. It has the usual animations, lights, crew figures and a reflective finish. The 2D panel is based on a photo. The VC has moving controls. By Paul Clawson. 1.2MB
FS2004 P51D 'World Cup 2006'. Repaint of P51D by Francis F. Silva Original model by Robert "Hawk". 3.7MB
FS2004 Macchi C.202, sq.356. The most important Italian fighter of WWII, the Folgore was derived from the Saetta with the installation of a German Daimler-Benz 600 series engine. Fast, maneuverable, reliable, it had comparable performances with the Bf109F series. This Gmax model features highly detailed historical virtual cockpit with full military equipment, high resolution gauge textures, fully functional and clickable VC cockpit controls via custom XML gauges and XML animations. Includes damage model and multi-LOD. Accurate flight dynamics included. Detailed D.B.601 engine visible hitting spoiler key. By Corrado La Posta. 5.2MB
Italian Air Force, Macchi C.202 'Folgore' Textures only. Lecce Training School. The Macchi C.202 was one of the best fighters of the 'Regia Aeronautica' (Royal Italian Air Force) during the WWII. Before the end of the War almost all the C.202 were converted to C.205 higher standards. Some 'survived' C.202 were used in postwar period as advanced trainers at Lecce's Flying School. This aircraft, nicknamed 'Mammolo', flown during 1947. These textures requires the excellent Macchi Mc 202 Folgore by Corrado La Posta (above). Repaint by Manuele Villa. 949K

FS2004 Northrop Gamma 2A This is a FSDSv3 model of the first version of the Gamma 2. It was purchased by Texaco and named the "Sky Chief". Frank Hawks flew it to a transcontinental record in 1933. It features the usual animations, the unusual "park bench" ailerons, transparent glass, reflective surfaces and landing and nav lights.It has a 2D panel and a VC with animated controls. By Paul Clawson. 557K

FS2004 Gamma 2A Update This file adds the forgotten face texture to the Gamma 2A pilot. Just replace the Gamma 2A model folder with the one in Face.zip. Paul Clawson. 153K

FS2004 T-6 Harvard RedBull Textures only. Requires the Denis da Silva/Cliff Presley model here. 883K

FS2004 Amelia Earhart's L10E Electra This aircraft is a customization, upgrade and optimization of Arik Hohmeyer's fine L10E from FS-Design Berlin. The intent was to match it as closely as possible to Earhart's L10E Lockheed Electra. Dave Bitzer's research at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. and independent work by Alex Nicolson resulted in over two-dozen flight-dynamics changes, including proper-capacity long range tanks. Norman Hancock designed two custom panels for this historic aircraft; a classic version with a Sperry AP and a modern one with a digital AP and more navigation equipment. The Cambridge Engine Analyzer, Sextant, Drift Meter, and pop-up E6-B computer are standard on both panels. Easy one-step install. By Dave Bitzer, Norman Hancock, and Charles Wood. Intended for use with Amelia Earhart's 1937 World Flight Commemorative here. 10.1MB

FS2004 Virtual Cockpit Upgrade for the Amelia Earhart Lockheed L10E Electra. This program will upgrade the fs9 Amelia Earhart Lockheed L10E by adding a Virtual Cockpit to both the Sperry Autopilot version of that aircraft and to the Modern Autopilot version. Before you can use this upgrade you must first have downloaded and installed the Earhart L10E Electra, filename l10eae01.zip. This VC is the work of Norman Hancock, who would like to thank Dave Bitzer for his help and encouragement. Thanks also to Arik Hohmeyer of FS-Design Berlin for his excellent L10E Electra, and to J. L. Stubbs for his faithful FS98 Earhart Panel; both were the basis of the Earhart L10E development. The VC Upgrade is a one-step install. 2.1MB

FS2004 Avro Anson Mk1 CC RAF Coastal Command 220 Squadron Textures only. Requires the Dave Garwood Anson Mk1 here. Repaint by Mark Smith. 553K