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Junkers Ju-F13 Upgrade
668.26kb (291 downloads)
CFS1 Junkers Ju-F13 Upgrade Chilean Army Air Corps - Chilean Air Force. This is a new version of my Junkers Ju-F13 Chilean Army Air Corps, now with moving parts and new air file. Original FS98 model creators: Wolfram Beckert (flight model) & Jalmari Pipo (panel). Damage profile for CFS, moving parts and repaint with chilean markings: Edmundo Abad.

Posted 2010-02-11 06:01:02 by Edmundo Abad
Grumman HU-16 Albatross Upgrade
3Mb (266 downloads)
Grumman HU-16 Albatross for FS98/CFS Upgraded Chilean Version. This a new version of my Grumman HU-16 Albatross, now with moving parts and new air file. Original Model by: Marcel Ritzema & Udo Entenmann Damage profile for CFS1, moving parts and repaint with chilean markings: Edmundo Abad

Posted 2010-02-11 06:03:56 by Edmundo Abad
Nakajima J1N1 GEKKO Upgrade
263.24kb (195 downloads)
CFS Nakajima J1N1 GEKKO Upgrade. New version with moving propellers, flaps and landing gear. Original J1N1 / FS98 aircraft, converted to CFS1 with new panel, damage profile and repainted textures. Nakajima J1N1 GEKKO series was code-named "Irving" by the Allies. The first prototype of this Night Fighter flew in May 1941. On wartime, 479 J1N1 GEKKO were produced. Original design: 'flyman' Yusaku Honma. Panel: I used the panel of BF110 made by Jody 'Psiico' O'Brien/1999(included). Repainted textures, moving parts, damage profile and air file: © Edmundo Abad, Feb. 2010

Posted 2010-02-12 06:16:14 by Edmundo Abad
Mitsubishi Ki46-II Dinah Upgrade
260.23kb (269 downloads)
CFS Mitsubishi Ki46-II Dinah Upgrade. New version with animated propellers and landing gear. Original KI 46-II / FS95 aircraft, converted to CFS1 with new panel, gunstations and repainted textures. Mitsubishi's Ki-46 Reconnaissance Aircraft series was code-named "Dinah" by the Allies. Original Designer for FS95: Herve Devred/1996. Panel: I used the panel of BF110 made by Jody 'Psiico' O'Brien/1999 (included). Repainted textures, moving parts, damage profile, and air file: © Edmundo Abad, Feb 2010

Posted 2010-02-12 06:19:33 by Edmundo Abad
Mitsubishi Ki46-III Dinah Upgrade
269.61kb (213 downloads)
CFS Mitsubishi Ki46-III Dinah Upgrade. New version with animated propellers, flaps and landing gear. Original KI 46-III / FS98 aircraft, converted to CFS1 with new panel, moving parts, gunstations and repainted textures. Mitsubishi's Ki-46 (Type 100 Reconnaissance Aircraft) series was code-named "Dinah" by the Allies. Original Designer: 'flyman' Yusaku Honma/1997. Upgrade for CFS by Edmundo Abad/2010

Posted 2010-02-12 06:22:39 by Edmundo Abad
Mitsubishi Ki46-III_KAI Upgrade
144.06kb (253 downloads)
CFS Mitsubishi Ki46-III_KAI Upgrade. New version with animated propellers and landing gear. Original KI 46-II / FS95 aircraft, converted to CFS1 with new panel, gunstations and repainted textures. The Mitsubishi Ki46 Dinah, fighter version, called "Hyakushiki Shitei III-Kai (Dinah)" was a development of the Ki-46-III Reconnaisance Aircraft, with cameras deleted, though it reverted to a more conventional cockpit canopy arrangement, as the nose had to be fitted with twin Ho-5 20 mm. cannon with 200 rounds per gun. An Ho-203 37 mm. cannon with 200 rounds capacity was placed in a fixed mounting on the top of the aircraft to fire upward and forward at an angle of 60 degrees from the horizontal, similar to "Schrage Musik" weapons in German night fighters. Original Designer for FS95: Herve Devred/1996. Panel: I used the panel of BF110 made by Jody 'Psiico' O'Brien/1999 (included). Repainted textures, moving parts, damage profile and air file: Edmundo Abad/2010.

Posted 2010-02-12 06:24:43 by Edmundo Abad
Mitsubishi KI-83 Upgrade
187.82kb (228 downloads)
CFS Mitsubishi KI-83 Upgrade. New version with animated flaps and landing gear. Original KI-83 / FS98 aircraft, converted to CFS1 with new panel, damage profile and repainted textures. The Mitsubishi KI-83 was a Japanese Army Experimental Long Range Fighter. Original design: 'flyman' Yusaku Honma. Panel: I used the panel of P38 Lightning (P51D 2-props) modificated by Jørn Kudla /2000(included). Repainted textures, moving parts, damage profile, and air file: © Edmundo Abad, Feb 2010.

Posted 2010-02-12 06:26:44 by Edmundo Abad
Nakajima Kikka Upgrade
402.7kb (334 downloads)
New version with moving flaps and landing gear. The Nakajima Kikka (Orange Blossom), was clearly inspired by the German Me 262 jet fighter, and was the only World War II Japanese jet aircraft capable of taking off under its own power. The first prototype was ready by August 1945. Lieutenant Commander Susumu Takaoka made the first flight on August 7 (a day after of Hiroshima). Development of the Kikka ended four days after with the Japanese surrender. Original design: 'flyman' Yusaku Honma. Original Me-262 Panel: Bernd Drefahl. Original Me-262 Gauges: Stefan Geissler. Conversion to CFS with damage profile, moving parts and textures: © Edmundo Abad, Feb 2010
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Posted 2010-02-12 06:29:04 by Edmundo Abad
Douglas A-26D Invader Upgrade
3.13Mb (247 downloads)
CFS Douglas A-26D Invader Upgrade Chilean Air Force - Fuerza Aerea de Chile New version with moving landing gear.

Posted 2010-02-12 17:34:29 by Edmundo Abad
De Havilland DH.104 Dove.
1.35Mb (492 downloads)
FS98/CFS de Havilland DH.104 Dove. LAN-CHILE Air Lines (1949-1954). The de Havilland DH.104 Dove was a British monoplane short-haul airliner from de Havilland, the successor to the biplane de Havilland Dragon Rapide and was one of Britain's most successful post-war civil designs. With the incorporation of the de Havilland DH.104 Dove, with capacity for eight passengers, Lan Chile begins the service with four daily frequencies to Valparaíso, being landed in the El Belloto airport and then they were personnel in the routes to La Serena and Conception. Months late these planes eventually made the route to Antofagasta in replacement of the Lodestar. In 1954 was signed an agreement with Allied Aircraft Company, Aviation Mart Company successor, whereby LAN was exchanging their twelve de Havilland Dove by DC-3, obtaining in exchange three Douglas DC-3. This virtual model represents de Havilland DH.104 Dove. # CC-CLX of LAN-CHILE, Línea Aérea Nacional de Chile, 1952. Original FS5 Virtual Model: Harry Follas. CFS/FS98 conversion, damage profile, moving parts and chilean textures: Edmundo Abad Feb. 2010.

Posted 2010-02-12 17:35:22 by Edmundo Abad



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