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FS2004 Early Aircraft

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  1. FS2004 Percival Gull 4 G-ACFY

    FS2004 Percival Gull 4 G-ACFY. A repaint for Keith Paine's Percival D2 Gull Four. G-ACFY c/n D26 was the second production aircraft manufactured by George Parnall & Co, Yate, Nr Bristol under contract to Edgar Percival, initially fitted with a Cirrus Hermes IV engine. Registered in September 1933 to E.Jobling-Purser,Newcastle. Sold to A.V. Roe & Co Ltd, Woodford who used the aircraft for communications until June 1936 when it was sold to A.Collinge. Believed to have been sold to Spain in 1937. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  2. FS2004/FSX Miles M3 Falcon Prototype

    FS2004/FSX Miles M3 Falcon Prototype. Built for Harold Brook to compete in the England to Australia race in October 1934. He was eliminated by overall time limit after damaging the propeller in Rome & had to wait for a replacement. He did eventually reach Melbourne & set a new solo record for the return journey some months later. This model is a modification of my M3A Falcon Major produced for contestants taking part in an anniversary flight sim contest organised by Sim Outhouse in 2014. Previously uploaded to Britsim & lost when that folded. By Keith Paine.

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  3. FS2004 Percival Gull 4 G-ACJV

    FS2004 Percival Gull 4 G-ACJV. A repaint for Keith Paine's FS2004 Percival D2 Gull Four. G-ACJV c/n D39 was the 19th production aircraft manufactured by George Parnall & Co, Yate, Nr Bristol under contract to Edgar Percival, initially fitted with a de Havilland Gipsy Major engine. Registered in September 1933 to Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith, who intended to set a new record flying from England to Australia. He named the aircraft 'Miss Southern Cross' and set off from Lympne on 4th October 1933, landing at Wyndham, Western Australia on 11th October 1933 setting a new record. The aircraft was eventually registered VH-CKS and was destroyed in a crash in November 1934. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  4. FS2004 Percival Gull 4 G-ACGR

    FS2004 Percival Gull 4 G-ACGR. A repaint for Keith Paine's FS2004 Percival D2 Gull Four. G-ACGR c/n D29 was the 9th production aircraft manufactured by George Parnall & Co, Yate, Nr Bristol under contract to Edgar Percival, initially fitted with a Napier Javelin III engine & first registered to Sir Phillip Sassoon in 1933. Raced in the King's Cup in 1933 and 1934. Crashed on landing in Belgium on 12th October 1934, the wreck was stored in a barn until 1973.Following a long restoration the aircraft was fitted with a Gipsy Major engine and finally put on display in 1992 at the Brussels Air Museum. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  5. FS2004/FSX Percival D2 Gull Four

    FS2004/FSX Percival D2 Gull Four. This model represents the extant 10th production aircraft that has been rebuilt and resides in Australia. It was originally fitted with a Napier Javelin III engine and registered G-ACHA in June 1933. Fitted with a Gipsy Six engine in 1934, but this was changed to a Gipsy Major when sold to Australia in 1935. Differences from the Prototype D1 included a redesigned and more raked windscreen an enlarged and extended wing root fairing, removal of the cockpit cross brace behind the pilot and the fitting of a speed brake under the fuselage. Restored to the Australian register in 1999. By Keith Paine.

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  6. FS2004/FSX/P3D Percival D1 Gull With Javelin Engine

    FS2004/FSX/P3D Percival D1 Gull With Javelin Engine. This is a development of the prototype D1 Gull G-ABUR but fitted with the Napier Javelin III engine and having the modified fin, rudder and glazed canopy. It is depicted here as flown in the 1933 King's Cup Air Race. 2048 textures are included for better definition in FSX/P3D, but it remains a port-over. Do not forget to rename the aircraft.cfg file bye deleting the FS9 or FSX prefix. By Keith Paine.

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  7. FS2004/FSX/P3D Percival D1 Gull With Cirrus Engine

    FS2004/FSX/P3D Percival D1 Gull With Cirrus Engine. This is the prototype Percival Gull, G-ABUR, being Edgar Percival's 4th design and is a development of the Hendy 302. It is depicted here as it was flown in the 1932 King's Cup Air Race. 2048 textures are included for better definition in FSX, but it remains a port-over. So do not forget to rename the aircraft.cfg by removing the appropriate FSX or FS9 prefix! By Keith Paine.

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  8. FS2004/FSX Vought VE-7 Trainer

    FS2004/FSX Vought VE-7 Trainer. The Vought VE7 Bluebird was an early biplane of the United States. First flying in 1917, it was designed as a two-seat trainer for the United States Army, then adopted by the United States Navy as its very first fighter/trainer aircraft. In 1922, a VE-7 became the first plane to take off from an American aircraft carrier. Gmax model by A.F. Scrub.

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  9. FS2004/FSX Vought VE-7H Floatplane

    FS2004/FSX Vought VE-7H Floatplane. The Vought VE-7 Bluebird was an early biplane of the United States. First flying in 1917, it was designed as a two-seat trainer for the United States Army, then adopted by the United States Navy as its very first fighter/trainer aircraft. This is the floatplane VE7H version. Gmax model by A.F. Scrub.

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  10. FS2004/FSX Vought VE-7FS Fighter

    FS2004/FSX Vought VE-7FS Fighter. The fighter version of the VE-7 was designated VE-7S. It was a single-seater, the front cockpit being faired over and a .30 cal. machine gun mounted over it, on the left side and synchronized to fire through the propeller. Some planes, designated VE-7SF, had flotation gear consisting of inflatable bags stowed away, available to help keep the plane afloat when ditching at sea. Two variants, four textures. Work perfectly in FS2004 and FSX. Gmax models by A.F. Scrub.

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  11. FS2004 Westland Widgeon VH-UHU

    FS2004 Westland Widgeon VH-UHU. A repaint for Dave Molyneaux's FS2004 Westland Widgeon. VH-UHU c/n WA1695 was ex-G-EBUB manufactured at Yeovil in March 1928. Delivered to Milton C. Kent in Australia as G-AUHU in August 1928. Flown regularly as VH-UHU by Arthur Whittaker in the '50s and '60s. Currently under restoration in Melbourne. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  12. FS2004 Westland Widgeon G-EBRO

    FS2004 Westland Widgeon G-EBRO. A repaint for Dave Molyneaux's FS2004 Westland Widgeon. G-EBRO c/n WA1682 was delivered to Mr A.O. Humble Smith in October 1937 and was based at Portsmouth. Deleted from register in December 1946. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  13. FS2004/FSX Curtis F-11 Hawk II Paint Kit

    FS2004/FSX Curtis F-11 Hawk II Paint Kit. A paint kit for the Curtis F11 Hawk II by Eduardo Padul. Includes my own VC panel. By Juan Villamor.

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  14. FS2004/FSX Westland Widgeon III

    FS2004/FSX Westland Widgeon III. The FS2004 aircraft modelled here, the Westland Widgeon III, was first built in 1927. Eighteen of the Widgeon III's were built and a further seven of the IIIA with a metal fuselage completed the production. Unfortunately the Widgeon design was more expensive than its competitors so production was halted in 1930. The Widgeon was unusual for a British design with its parasol wing layout unlike the majority built at the time with their biplane design. Its performance was compatible with other light aircraft of the period, i.e. slow but safe. The model also works in FSX. By David Molyneaux.

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  15. FS2004/FSX/P3D Parnall Hendy 302

    FS2004/FSX/P3D Parnall Hendy 302. Manufactured by Parnall & Co for Basil Henderson, it was his second design using his patented wing construction. Both the Hendy Hobo and the Hendy 302 were test flown and raced by Edgar Percival and when Percival bought the design rights he incorporated a lot of the Hendy 302 ideas into his Gull series, so this aircraft can be likened to being the progenitor of the Percival Gull, Vega Gull and Proctor. Only one was built but it was used as an engine test bed and had subsequent modifications. It was withdrawn from use in 1938. Designed for FS2004, it will portover to FSX and P3D, although there are texture shine problems and the usual non-click spots in P3D. By Keith Paine.

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  16. FS2004/FSX Polikarpov I-153 Updated

    FS2004/FSX Polikarpov I-153 Updated. This is a panel update for A.F. Scrub's Polikarpov I153. It includes four liveries and features both a new enhanced VC and 2D panel configuration as well as smoke effect, VC light and new camera views. Thanks to A. F. Scrub for the original model and to Morton for the textures. All new modifications by Michael Pook.

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  17. FS2004/FSX Vought VE-7

    FS2004/FSX Vought VE-7. The Vought VE7 Bluebird was an early biplane of the United States. First flying in 1917, it was designed as a 2-seat trainer for the United States Army, then adopted by the United States Navy as its very first fighter aircraft. In 1922, a VE-7 became the first plane to take off from an American aircraft carrier. Gmax model by A.F. Scrub.
     

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  18. FS2004/FSX/P3D Comper Mouse

    FS2004/FSX/P3D Comper Mouse. Three seater designed in 1932 with many innovative patented items. This model shows it in its modified state for the 1934 Kings Cup air race. Only one was made and as sales were not forthcoming, Comper went into liquidation, with the aircraft de-registered in December 1936, presumably scrapped. Tested in FS2004 and FSX, understand usable in P3D, but with some shading issues and unusable VC click spots. By Keith Paine.

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  19. FS2004 DeHavilland D.H.51

    FS2004 DeHavilland D.H.51. This model is based on the last de Havilland DH 51 in existence, G-EBIR, and is still flying after being built in 1924! This is in the care of the Shuttleworth Trust at Old Warden airfield in Bedfordshire U.K. Although looking very much like its D.H. Moth successors, the name was never associated with it. Built in Gmax for FS2004, the aircraft wiill perform reasonably well in FSX and P3D. By David Molyneaux.

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  20. FS2004/FSX/P3D Comper Kite

    FS2004/FSX/P3D Comper Kite. Essentially a two seat Comper Streak, but with the lighter and less powerful 90 HP Pobjoy Niagara. She participated in the preliminary rounds of the 1934 Kings Cup air races but was eliminated. No orders were forthcoming and Comper went into liquidation and the aircraft was scrapped at the end of 1935. Tested in FS2004, FSX SP2, FSXA and understand is usable in P3D with some unworkable VC clicks. By Keith Paine.

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  21. FS2004 Dutch DeHavilland Dragonfly

    FS2004 Dutch DeHavilland Dragonfly. A repaint for Keith Paine's de Havilland DH90 Dragonfly. Dragonfly 962 c/n 7539 was delivered to J.E.F de Kok, Director General of Royal Dutch Shell, as PH-KOK in 1937. The aircraft was impressed in 1939 as 962.Destroyed by the German Luftwaffe at Ypenburg in 1940. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  22. FS2004 Swedish DeHavilland Dragonfly

    FS2004 Swedish DeHavilland Dragonfly. A repaint for Keith Paine's de Havilland DH90 Dragonfly. Dragonfly c/n 7550 was the sole example delivered to the Swedish Air Force in 1937. Used by F8 Wing for liaison and VIP transport, based at Barkaby, Stockholm. The aircraft was written off in a landing accident in 1942. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  23. FS2004 Danish DeHavilland Dragonfly

    FS2004 Danish DeHavilland Dragonfly. A repaint for Keith Paine's de Havilland DH90 Dragonfly. Dragonfly S-23 c/n 7551 was the first of two examples delivered to the Danish Air Force in 1937. The aircraft was withdrawn from use and stored in 1940. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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  24. FS2004/FSX/P3D Comper Streak

    FS2004/FSX/P3D Comper Streak. Racing aircraft designed by Nick Comper. It competed in the Deutsch de la Meurth cup in 1934, but was totally outclassed and had to retire when the undercarriage failed to retract in the second round. It later competed in the 1934 and 1935 Kings Cup race but was eliminated when it failed to reach the handicapped speed. It was scrapped at Heston in 1937. Tested in FS2004, FSXA and FSX SP2. Understand possible to use in P3D. By Keith Paine.

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  25. FS2004 DeHavilland Dragonfly VP-YAX

    FS2004 DeHavilland Dragonfly VP-YAX A repaint for Keith Paine's de Havilland DH90 Dragonfly. VP-YAX c/n 7512 was delivered to Rhodesia and Nyasaland Airways in July 1936. The aircraft was written off in a crash landing at Gwelo, South Rhodesia in October 1938. Repaint by Peter Watkins.

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