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This is a major panel and cockpit update for A.F. Scrub's Ju-87 Stuka package featuring a completely reworked and enhanced VC and petty much authentic gauges and panel configuration.The flight dynamics have also been optimized, so now the plane takes off in decent time and flies pretty stable. In additon to the original 4 repaints I've included a unique "Desert Snake" repaint by Wolfgang Faber and his team. Gun effects by Erwin Welker. The model was originally designed for CFS2 as far as I know, so credits go to the original designers (team Wolfgang Faber). Also thanks to A.F. Scrub for his earliar FS9/ FSX conversion. Reworked VC and flight dynamics by Michael Pook. Not sure if the model will work in FS9 and P3D (version3) but it may.
Posted Oct 30, 2019 09:05 by Michael Pook
19.62Mb (142 downloads)
This is a repaint of the DC-3 in Ozark Airlines colors. The freeware DC-3 (C-47) by Manfred Jahn is needed for this repaint. Ozark Air Lines of Missouri, began scheduled services in 1950 using DC-3s between St. Louis and Chicago. They eventually created a vast route network spreading two-thirds of the USA. The name OZARK is said to derive from the French "Bois Aux Arc" - "Wood of Bows". Incidentally, the Ozarks are highlands that stretch across 5 states in Mid-America. Ozark Airline's logo of the 3 swallows was chosen because the birds are traditional symbols of safe travel and good luck. At the beginning, Ozark flew various pistons such as CV-240s, Martin 404s, and the DC-3s. Turborpop F-27/FH-227Bs were also used. By 1968 all their piston engined airliners were retired, and the FH-227Bs took their routes. Their first jet, a DC-9-10, was delivered in May 1966. Later on they used DC-9-30s, and MD-82s. In 1985 Ozark boasted a huge fleet of DC-9s, and passenger boardings topped the five million mark for the first time. Ozark was progressing very well. However, TWA was none too pleased with the competition from Ozark, so after applying heavy pressure on the airline from Missouri, they purchased it in 1986 and integrated it into their network. Textures are 32bit dds. This repaint was tested on P3Dv3, and should work on FSX & FSX-SE.
Posted Oct 28, 2019 10:59 by Ted Giana
6.59Mb (134 downloads)
Following my repaint of Ramjet I now present my take on Dirge, the blue and gold master at getting slagged in almost every single continuity he's in. He's still pretty cool though. Repaint for the freeware Saab J-21 by Tim "Piglet" Conrad.
Posted Oct 17, 2019 11:19 by InDeepSchit
23.25Mb (88 downloads)
This is my take on what Ramjet would look like if he took on the form of a fighter from WWII. The Shinden seems like the perfect fit for such a speed crazed lunatic of a Decepticon. Repaint for the freeware J7W1 Shinden by Tim "Piglet" Conrad.
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Posted Oct 14, 2019 23:55 by InDeepSchit
42.75Mb (148 downloads)
FSX/P3D Northwest Territorial Airways DC-3 textures for Manfred Jahn and team C-47 v3.12. Northwest Territorial Airways textures by Gary Harper.
Posted Oct 8, 2019 21:55 by Gary Harper
20.66Mb (1510 downloads)
FSX/P3D Messerschmitt Bf109E The Messerschmitt Bf 109 was the backbone of the Luftwaffe's fighter force. The Bf 109 first saw operational service in 1937 during the Spanish Civil War and was still in service at the dawn of the jet age at the end of World War II in 1945.The first redesign came with the E series. The Bf 109E (Emil) introduced structural changes to accommodate the heavier and more powerful 1,100 PS (1,085 HP) Daimler-Benz DB 601 engine, heavier armament and increased fuel capacity. Two models included. Standard and Trop variants. FSX/P3D native GMAX mdls by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Oct 3, 2019 04:32 by A.F.Scrub
47.47Mb (163 downloads)
FSX Johnson Flying Service DC-3 textures for Manfred Jahn and team C-47 v3.12. Johnson Flying Service textures by Gary Harper.
Posted Sep 30, 2019 17:39 by Gary Harper
36.06Mb (774 downloads)
FSX/P3D v3, v4 Messerschmitt 109 DISLU The Messerschmitt Bf 109 V13 and V14 were racing prototypes utilizing the new Daimler-Benz DB 601 engine for the first time in a Bf 109. Me 109 V14 was prepared for Ernst Udet to be flown at the 4th International Aviation Meeting near Zürich Switzerland between 23 July and 1 August 1937. After flying the airplane to Zürich himself, Udet flew the aircraft in the Alps Circuit Race on 27 July, experienced engine trouble, and crash-landed the plane. He was not hurt but the aircraft was a write-off, ending a very brief, and no doubt embarrassing, public debut . FSX/P3D v3 & 4 mdl by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Sep 29, 2019 06:38 by A.F.Scrub