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FS2004 Chicago Bears Beech Volpar Textures
FS2004 Chicago Bears Beech Volpar Textures
0.50Mb (210 downloads)
The ultimate way for true fans of the Monsters of the Midway to get to away games would have to be in this tricked out Beech 18. These are the textures only, you will need Brian Gladden's Beech Volpar to use them. Repaint by Don Brynelsen using Brian's paintkit.
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Posted Nov 14, 2011 13:42 by Don Brynelsen
 
FS2004 Bryson Beech Volpar Textures
0.52Mb (148 downloads)
Repaint textures for use with the Beech Volpar by Brian Gladden. Repaint by Don Brynelsen using Brian's paintkit
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Posted Nov 14, 2011 13:38 by Don Brynelsen
 
FS2004 Air Force One Beech Volpar Textures
FS2004 Air Force One Beech Volpar Textures
0.59Mb (309 downloads)
Everyone is downsizing in the current economy, so why not the President? Maybe he should trade in that gas guzzler 747 for a smaller more fuel efficent Beech? These textures are for use with the Beech Volpar by Brian Gladden. Repaint by Don Brynelsen using Brian's paintkit.
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Posted Nov 14, 2011 13:36 by Don Brynelsen
 
FS2004 A Team Beech Volpar Textures
FS2004 A Team Beech Volpar Textures
0.74Mb (311 downloads)
I love it when a plane comes together! This bare metal version of the Beech 18 is inspired by the aircraft Hanibal Smith and the guys were always "Apropriating" on the show. These are the textures only and you will need Brian Gladden's Beech Volpar to use them. Repaint by Don Brynelsen using Brian's paintkit.
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Posted Nov 14, 2011 13:32 by Don Brynelsen
 
FS2004 Beech Volpar "Global Challenger" Textures
FS2004 Beech Volpar "Global Challenger" Textures
0.54Mb (272 downloads)
The Glopbal Challenger, a beech 18 I'm currently flying around the world in Flight sim. These are the textures only and you will need Brian Gladden's Beech Volpar to use. Repaint by Don Brynelsen using Brian's paintkit
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Posted Nov 14, 2011 13:27 by Don Brynelsen
 
FS2002/2004 Cessna 140 Floatplane Textures
0.33Mb (260 downloads)
Repaint textures for use with the Cessna 140 on floats by Brian Gladden in a nice bush plane scheme. Repaint by Don Brynelsen using Brian's paintkit.
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Posted Nov 14, 2011 13:23 by Don Brynelsen
 
FS2002/2004 Cessna 140 Textures
0.31Mb (315 downloads)
Repaint textures for use with the Cessna 140 by Brian Gladden in a nice private owner scheme. Repaint by Don Brynelsen
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Posted Nov 14, 2011 13:20 by Don Brynelsen
 
C-47 ICRC FS 2004
C-47 ICRC FS 2004
4.82Mb (1134 downloads)
C-47 ICRC (International Committee of the Red Cross, 5Y-RDS) - Textures only for the FS2004 Manfred Jahn Douglas_C-47 package.
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Posted Nov 14, 2011 04:26 by T.Feri
 
FS2004 Island Hopper Airways textures for Volpar Amphibian
FS2004 Island Hopper Airways textures for Volpar Amphibian
0.62Mb (296 downloads)
Based in the Bahamas, Island Hopper makes cargo and passenger flights between the various islands and Jamaica using an assortment of aircraft including this one. Textures for use with the Volpar Amphib by Brian Gladden (Vol_am.zip) Repaint by Don Brynelsen using Brian's paintkit.
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Posted Nov 9, 2011 14:25 by Don Brynelsen
 
Bryson Aviation textures for Volpar Amphibian
Bryson Aviation textures for Volpar Amphibian
0.63Mb (192 downloads)
Based in Chicago, Bryson Aviation has both vintage and modern aircraft to fill the needs of just about any client. This aircraft is used by company owner and president Nate Bryson to commute to and from his lakeside estate. Textures are for use with the Volpar Amphib by Brian Gladden (Vol_am.zip) Repaint by Don Brynelsen using Brian's paintkit.
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Posted Nov 9, 2011 14:20 by Don Brynelsen