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FS2004                  SA Pioneer Fictional UK Armed Forces Textures only
0.50Mb (654 downloads)
FS2004 SA Pioneer Fictional UK Armed Forces Textures only - contains 4 fictional repaints: Red / White 'Training', Two Tone Grey, and two light grey schemes, one with RAF markings, one with 'ARMY' titles. Thses are repaints of the Scottish Aviation Pioneer by Mike Stone (required here). Repaints by Andy Nott. 509K
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Posted Sep 8, 2009 23:28 by archive
 
FS2004
                  T25 Universal C
FS2004
                  T25 Universal C
4.34Mb (4141 downloads)
FS2004 T25 Universal C Military Aircraft Training. Original Denis da Silva & Daniel da Silva. 4.4MB
Posted Sep 8, 2009 23:28 by archive
 
FS2004/2002
                  C-8 Queen Air LAER (Lineas Aereas De Entre Rios)
0.44Mb (1361 downloads)
FS2004/2002 C-8 Queen Air LAER (Lineas Aereas De Entre Rios) This Aircrsft was used in LAER on 90's. Model by Rick Wooton & Textures by Ramiro Repetto. 446K
Posted Sep 8, 2009 23:28 by archive
 
FS2004                   Howard 500 Upgrade (with Virtual Cockpit)
11.64Mb (3238 downloads)
FS2004 Howard 500 Upgrade (with Virtual Cockpit) Package includes bare metal textures (Paintkit) for the original passenger version, and an additional Cargo Model with bare metal textures. Original package (hw5vc4.zip) available - here. By Milton Shupe, Scott Thomas, and JoŠo Paz.11.9MB
Posted Sep 8, 2009 23:28 by archive
 
(3190 downloads)
FS2004/2002 Mitsubishi Mu-2 Marquise Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' solution for a turboprop with high cruise speed and short, rough-field capability.Though dogged by a high accident rate, the Mu-2 remains a beautifully unique aircraft with excellent performance. Features a gmax model with full moving parts, reflect map, 3 different variations, basic virtual cockpit and cabin. Includes a blank texture in PSD format for repainting. Model and textures by Bjorn Buchner Flight dynamics by Al Lynch Jr. 3.5MB
Posted Sep 8, 2009 23:28 by archive
 
FS2004 - Cessna L-19 E (O-1E) Bird Dog , Wheels-skis version.
3.20Mb (7156 downloads)
FS2004 - Cessna L-19 E (O-1E) Bird Dog , Wheels-skis version. This is an almost completely redesign of my old model made on January 2004 . The present model is the civilianised version of the original military version. The model is presented in three version with wheels, skis and floats. Two painting schemes of existing civilian operators are included. (see L19Float.zip for the float version) The model, made with FSDS from ABACUS features a complete set of animations 2d and a 3d virtual cockpit and the animated pilot head. Visual Model and textures paint by Massimo Taccoli. Panel works by Massimo Taccoli with added gauges by Dennis Seeley who prepared also the realistic Flight dynamics for the different version of the model. By Massimo Taccoli. 3.3MB
Posted Sep 8, 2009 06:46 by archive
 
U.S. Air Force Antarctica C119 Boxcar.
3.65Mb (1447 downloads)
FS2004 U.S. Air Force Antarctica C119 Boxcar. Model of C119 BoxCar by Daisuke Yamamoto. Texture by Francis F. Silva. 3.7MB
Posted Sep 8, 2009 06:41 by archive
 
Cessna 172 'D-Day' Textures
Cessna 172 'D-Day' Textures
2.41Mb (1589 downloads)
This is a fictional texture set for the default C172 in the style of a WWII fighter on D-Day. This is my first try at repainting. I used Photoshop and the excellent program DXTBMP by Martin Wright. Many thanks to T.Williams for the paintkit.
Posted Sep 7, 2009 14:20 by Brent Patterson
 
FSX/FS2004 Evergreen Airlines L188 Electra Textures
FSX/FS2004 Evergreen Airlines L188 Electra Textures
1.16Mb (1198 downloads)
FS9/FSX Evergreen International Airlines textures for J. R. Lucariny's L-188 Electra. These textures depict an Evergreen Electra about 1977.
Posted Sep 6, 2009 21:06 by Gary Harper
 
 FSX/FS2004 L-188 Electra National Airlines Textures
 FSX/FS2004 L-188 Electra National Airlines Textures
1.10Mb (891 downloads)
FS9/FSX National Airlines delivery textures for J. R. Lucariny's L-188 Electra. These textures depict a National Electra in 1959.
Posted Sep 4, 2009 22:35 by Gary Harper