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Golden Age Simulations - Aeronca LC for FSX/P3D


The Aeronca L was a 1930s American cabin monoplane designed andbuilt, in small numbers, by Aeronca Aircraft. It differedsignificantly from other Aeronca planes with the use of radialengines, streamlining, and a cantilever low wing.

Quite unlike other Aeronca designs, the Model L was a "cantilever"(no external struts for bracing) low-wing monoplane, that featuredside-by-side seating in a completely enclosed cabin. The designreflected the greater attention being paid to aerodynamics in theperiod, including large wheel spats for the fixed undercarriage and aTownend ring for the engine. The aircraft was of mixed-constructionwith a welded steel fuselage and wings with spruce spars and ribs, allcovered with fabric.


Initial attempts to use Aeronca's own engines proved inadequate,and the company turned to small radial engines from othersuppliers—particularly neighboring Cincinnati engine manufacturerLeBlond as the model LB. In the attempt to improve performance, theywould fit the next series with the 90 h.p. Warner Scarab 5-cylinderradial engine.

Our representation of this iconic aircraft is fully animated withtool tips active in the VC cockpit for all animated parts. It isfully compatible with FSX, FSX:SE, and all versions of P3D.



  • High quality, fully animated 3D models of both land and float plane versions
  • Fully modeled detailed 90-hp Warner Scarab radial engine
  • High Resolution (4096 x 4096) DXT 5 textures
  • Fully animated VC cockpit with VC cockpit shadowing and smooth 3D modeled gauges
  • User controlled aircraft configuration manager
  • VC cockpit custom sound package
  • Volumetric propeller textures
  • High Fidelity sound files
  • Precision flight dynamics
  • Fully animated pilot figure
  • Paint kit
  • Custom installer for FSX, FSX SE and P3D Versions 1 - 5



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