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Textures for the Goose by Mike Stone in the scheme of a much beloved charter aircraft based in Maine. Gertie has been delighting passengers since the early 1950's and thanks to a recent overhaul, will continue to do so for many years to come. Textures only (full aircraft above). Repaint by Don Brynelsen.
Posted Sep 19, 2009 13:33 by Don Brynelsen
0.15Mb (490 downloads)
Repaint of the Goose as an Island tour plane. Textures only. Textures only (full aircraft above). Repaint by Don Brynelsen.
Posted Sep 19, 2009 13:29 by Don Brynelsen
0.13Mb (375 downloads)
A fictional repaint of a civilain Goose that got captured by the Japanese and used during World War Two. Textures only, Textures only (full aircraft above). Repaint by Don Brynelsen.
Posted Sep 19, 2009 13:26 by Don Brynelsen
7.46Mb (1675 downloads)
Inspired by the song "There's a yellow Rose in Hilo" this yellow and polished metal vintage amphibian is ready to take you on a charter tour around the islands. Complete aircraft featuring a custom panel and improved sound. Original aircraft by Mike Stone repainted by Don Brynelsen.
Posted Sep 15, 2009 12:27 by Don Brynelsen
6.78Mb (1451 downloads)
FS2004 Zlin 226 B Trener Bohatyr. The 3rd Trener, fixed gear, no flaps. Fs2k Z526F original by Tibor Kokai. The plane is runing like a stand-alone Trener with V.C. without panel. Both gauges by Wolfgang Piper. Sounds by Des Braban. FD mods by George Csillag.
Posted Sep 15, 2009 07:42 by GCs
1.50Mb (531 downloads)
FS9 Ozark Airlines textures only for Dee Waldron's Martin 404 available at California Classics. Ozark traded 6 Convair 240s to Mohawk Airlines for 15 Martin 404s in 1965. These aircraft were purchased new by Eastern Airlinesin the early 1950s. These textures depict an Ozark Martin 404 about 1965.
Posted Sep 12, 2009 23:50 by Gary Harper
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Aloha! soar off to the islands with these textures for use with the Grumman Goose by Mike Stone. Textures only, you will need a copy of Mr. Stone's aircraft to use. Repaint by Don Brynelsen
Posted Sep 11, 2009 13:03 by Don Brynelsen