FS2004 Thruxton Jackaroo. This aircraft used the main components of the Tiger Moth with a widened enclosed cabin section and a fuselage lengthened front and rear. To accomodate side by side passengers, the seats had to be slightly staggered. The 12.5 inch wider fuselage needed a similarly modified wider undercarriage; an advantage as it improved ground handling. The standard 130 h.p. DH Gypsy Major 1 series engines were retained but fitted with a more efficient metal propeller. The aircraft was designated as a modified DH 82A and named the Jackaroo. In all, 19 were converted. Most were used as trainers and others for various purposes, as glider tows for example. Modelled by David Molyneaux in Gmax.