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This is a Repaint of Guy Hulin's Beautiful F-4 Corsair Updated For Flight Simulator x .This Aircraft is a VF-17 Squadron or better known as the Jolly Rogers. This Corsair was flown by Ens. Gutherie United States Navy. The Aircraft is Entitled "First Mate" Textures and FSX updates by Mark Rooks of RDG Aircraft
Posted Mar 27, 2010 08:30 by admin
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This is Chris Herring's Hawker Demon For Flight Simulator X. The Hawker Demon was Built as a two-seat fighter version of the Hawker Hart bomber, the Demon first flew in February 1933. The Demon was to be the first two-seat fighter operated by the Royal Air Force after World War I, and was the last two-seat biplane fighter to be manufactured in significant numbers. Powered by a Rolls Royce Kestrel V12 engine, the aircraft was faster than many of the single-seat aircraft at the time, but was soon outclassed by the new generation of monoplane fighters entering service in the mid to late 1930s.. Has 2d panel and basic VC. Textures and Updates by Mark Rooks of RDG Aircraft.
Posted Mar 26, 2010 05:45 by admin
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FSX-A Sopwith Camel Upgrade Made with Abacus Flight Sim Design Studio July 17, 2010 This is a redone model of David Eckert's FS2004 Sopwith Camel for FSX Acceleration. It is a native FSX-A model and will only work in FSX-A. It will not work in earlier versions of MS Flight Sim. Model includes virtual cockpit, rotary type engine, smoking engine and 4 texture choices. Original model by David Eckert, update to native FSX-A by W. E. Stephens using FSDS 3.5, FDE by Jerry Beckwith. Additional textures by John Terrell and W. E. Stephens. Panel, gauges and sound by Microsoft.
Posted Mar 21, 2010 06:32 by archive
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FS2004/FSX Polikarpov I-153V2 Warbird bipe The ultimate development of the Polikarpov fighter biplane was the powerful I-153 Chaika, with retractable landing gear, either wheels or skis folding to the rear. Coming on line in 1938 some thousands served in the Far East, Finland and on the Eastern Front. The I-153 was an anachronism, entering service at the time when the biplane had long since been eclipsed by the monoplane fighter. This is an updated model of the I-153 with more realistic cowling and working frontplate inlets. Finish, Russian and Spanish textures by Morton. GMAX model by A.F.Scrub.
Posted Mar 20, 2010 07:43 by A.F.Scrub