Classic Ryan STA Package.
The Ryan STA enjoyed much favor as a sport and stunt plane in
the 1930s and was also used as a military trainer. It was a
low-wing monoplane of mixed construction; a metal fuselage,
wooden wing spars with fabric covering and external wire bracing.
the STA has two tandem open cockpits. It was manufactured by
the Ryan Aeronautical Company,San Diego, California.Examples
of this aircraft are still flying today and are a popular classic
aircraft because they are fast and very sleek looking! This
package includes both wheeled and float versions. Also included
are a Garwood cruiser, a 1934 Ford and appropriate sceneries.
From Custom Classics. 10.8MB
SNJ-6 Texan (Kissimmee).
This add-on is stand-alone, you don't need to download any extra
files in order for it to work. The repaint represent's the Warbird
Adventures SNJ-6 Texan. Model and Airfile by Denis & Daniel
da Silva. Repaint and Panel Mod by W. Wright. 4.1MB
Lockheed XP-38, ver. 1.3.
Lockheed's first fighter, the prototype P-38 was destroyed only
a few weeks after its first flight. No in-flight photographs
of this historic aircraft exist, so this model was designed
specifically to imagine how it may have looked in flight. Full-featured
FSDS2 model, with reflective metal textures, dynamic VC, animated
parts (control surfaces, Fowler flaps, landing gear, gear suspension,
rolling wheels, cooling vents, canopy, landing light, yoke,
etc.) Complete package, including authentic P-38 sounds recorded
by author. Freeware. By David C. Copley. 10.5MB
Morane Saulinier 500 and 505 Package.A
frequent visitor to many airshows, the Morane-Saulnier 505 (actually
a radial-engined French-built derivative of the well-known Fieseler
Storch) mostly impresses the crowds not with its speed but with
its slowness ! In a reasonable headwind, it can actually fly
backwards related to the ground, or touchdown with virtually
no groundroll.Two Models made completely in Gmax with Dynamic
shine, reflective textures, full suspension, custom 2D panel,
working VC and includes 8 liveries. By Guy Hulin. 20.2MB
Single seat fighter and fighter-bomber. Conceived in 1937 as
a contemporary of the Hawker Typhoon, the design of the Focke-Wulf
190 was one of the major german successes in aerial combat against
the allies during World War II. Maximum speed: 654 km/h, Normal
range: 805 km, Service ceiling: 11.400 m. Original model and
texture files by J.R. Lucariny. This is a fictional repaint
by William "Coyote" Salvador. 1.8MB
Grumman Goose in US Navy livery.
Grumman G-21 Goose was during WWII used widely by US Coast Guard,
US Navy and also by US Marines. Goose in this colour scheme
served in Florida 1945. Complete set, model by Mike Stone, repaint
by Kristel R. Sitz. 1MB
Lockheed MATS Constellation.
Many viewed the Connie as the epitomy of beauty in design,
and we tried to capture her beuty in this model as close to
the real thing as possible. The model is fully annimated,
with some additional eye candy (read "must_read" file). It
also includes the templates for repaints. Panel by: Lou Betti,
sounds by: Mike Hambly, model and textures by: Rey Lopez and
Laurie Doering. 9.5MB
Lockheed MATS Constellation Gauges and special effects
for ADSMATS1 by: Rey Lopez and Laurie Doering. 2.9MB
World Cruisers 1924
These two FS9/GMax aircraft model the DWC aeroplanes attempting
the first around-the-world flight. Chicago No.2 and New Orleans
No.4 made the entire trip. Each here has four variants: wheels
or floats; pristine or travel- worn. Panel courtesy of J.L.
Stubbs and sounds courtesy of Mike Hambly. -- Dennis Simanaitis.
B25 Mitchell Light Fix.
Update for the B-25 here: This
is an updated aircraft.cfg file so all the lights are at least
close to, if not exactly, where they are supposed to be. Bob