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Vintage Aircraft Page 17
FSX Messerschmitt BF109E Adolf Galland. This plane was Hitlers Pride of the Airforce, scoring the most kills for Hitler. Updated from FsFrance’s original, no VC. Composed by Wayne Farrell. 12MB.
FSX DC-4 Chicago and Southern Airlines textures only for Jens Kristensen's DC-4 (required here) . These textures depict C&S Airlines about 1949. Textures by Gary Harper 2.4MB
FS2004/FSX Yak 11 Steadfast. Steadfast is a Yak 11 converted to an unlimited racer.It has been flight tested up to 455 MPH and qualified at 382 MPH during Reno 2007. It was modified with a Pratt & Whitney R-2000 giving 1400Hp and a three bladed special prop.At Reno 2007, Team SteadFast qualified at 382.827 MPH. This is the fastest SteadFast has gone on the course to date. it was clocked occasionally at 391 MPH. Complete aircraft by A.F.Scrub. 4.9MB
FSX F-4 Corsair Sweet Dee. This is a Repaint of Guy Hulin's Beautiful F-4 Corsair ( CORSF4U7.ZIP )Updated For Flight Simulator x .This Aircraft is a Fictional Repaint With the WWII style Nose Art This Aircraft is Entitled " Sweet Dee ".The Aircraft Includes New Textures with Updated Dynamic Alpha Shine . Textures and FSX updates by Mark Rooks of RSDG. 19.6MB
FSX/FS2004 P-51D Mustang "Speedball Alice" Textures only. This package contains "my textures only" of Warwick Carter's P-51D (here). It's the modern day version of Triple Ace Donald H Bochkay's Speedball Alice P-51D, which now is privately owned. His first Speedball Alice was a "B" model. 590K
FSX SP-2 Waco UPF-7 Package. FSX rebuild of my earlier Waco UPF-7 Biplane. Includes updated VC, resized textures, and XML Gauges. NOT tested in Vista/DX10. By Tim Conrad. 6.4MB

FS2004/FSX Savoia Marchetti SM.79 Sparviero Package (V.01). It was the most important Italian bomber of World War II, this tough three-engined aircraft established a reputation that contrasted with most Italian weapons of the day, and it was flown with courage and skill. SM.79s served widely in the normal bombing role, but it is as a land-based torpedo bomber that the type deserves its place in military aviation history, being regarded by many as one of the finest torpedo bombers of the war. The basic design continued the company's tradition of mixed construction with steel tubes light alloy wood and fabric (this being the only way to produce in quantity with available skills and tools); in spite of its cumbersome appearance and outdated construction, the S.M.79 was a rugged, reliable multi-role medium bomber which did quite a bit of damage in the face of heavy opposition. About 1,300 production models were built over a nine year period. They had internal provision for 2,750 lb (1,250 kg) of bombs, supplemented by under fuselage rack for a torpedo. The SM.79 had a distinctive 'hump' on the upper forward fuselage, which housed both the fixed forward-firing heavy machine-gun and the dorsal gunner's position. Its appearance earned the aircraft the nickname 'Gobbo Maledetto' ('Damned Hunchback'). Post-war surviving SM.79s were converted into various versions of utility transports during the last phases of the war and survived in that role until 1952. Complete aircraft. 4 Different Hi-Res GMax models (4 different versions), features the usual moving parts, such as all flight controls, props pitch and leading edge flaps. Six different liveries (2 Regia Aeronautica, 1 A.N.R./R.S.I. , 2 Spanish Nationalist Air Force, 1 Italian Co-Belligerant Air Force); VC only. Tested in FSX. Created by Manuele Villa. Installation instructions and paint-kit included. 27.6MB (see service pack below)

FSX Alpha Bleu Ciel French Chance Vought F4U-7 Corsair Package.The F4U-7 was the last corsairs produced. The F4U-7 was produced exclusively for the French Navy at Vought’s plant in Grand Prairie. A total of 94 planes were produced between 1952 and 1963. The F4U-7 was basically an updated version of the F4U-1B with AU-1’s structure powered by a Pratt & Whitney R-2800-43. The F4U-7 has a maximum speed of 440 mph (382 knots). France has used the F4U-7 in Indochina, Suez and Algeria.Two models made completely in Gmax with dynamic shine, reflective textures, full suspension, animated gear, flaps, cowls flaps, opening cockpit, wing fold, tail hook, custom 2D panel, working VC and includes two liveries.3D Model, virtual cockpit & textures Guy Hulin. Panel & gauges Jean-Pierre Langer, Arne Bartels. Flight dynamic Jean-Pierre Bourgeois, Benoit Dubé. Prop blur has been removed and update with extra textures installed by the Nor-Cal Prop Club. 33.5MB

Update: Fix for prop texture. Tested in FSX SP2. 248K

FSX Howard DGA-15P. The Howard DGA-15 was first produced in 1940 and was quite luxurious for the time. About 40 were produced for the civilian market. Later production was for the Navy as a air ambulence and the Air Corps as a utility transport. This is a FSDSv3.51 project compiled with Xtomdl into FSX. It has the usual animations, Nav lights and Landing lights. It uses .dds textures. The 2D panel and VC are based on a early photo. The VC has working gauges and animated controls. By Paul Clawson. 2.9MB

FSX/FS2004 Luscombe Model 8 Package. The Luscombe Model 8 was one of those classics in aviation that was recognized for its nice lines, good performance, and excellent flying characteristics from its inception 1n 1938. A two-place side-by-side airplane, the Model 8A was re-marketed shortly after World War II with the intention of fulfilling the “airplane-in-every-garage” ideal. Most of these 100 mph cruise speedsters were powered by Continental four-cylinder 65 hp engines . The best overall description of this particular Luscombe creation was simple: it was a “thoroughbred”! The Model 8A represented the next step in Don Luscombe’s pioneering work in all-metal aircraft design. In the early years of company history, he had little competition in that category, but the widespread production of all-metal military aircraft during World War II propelled several of Luscombe’s competitors directly into this market. Eventually the proliferation of these types drove Luscombe in bankruptcy. Today it remains popular as a classic aircraft. Luscombe Model 8A for FSX-2004 Has several textures wheels and floats Author: Lynn and Bill Lyons Repackaged for FSX by the Nor-Cal Prop Club. 14.8MB