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    Default Beechcraft Bonanza V35b

    Aircraft Information
    Model Title: Beechcraft Bonanza V35b
    Model FileName: BE200.zip & BE200UP.zip & Fsx Conversion
    Modelers Name: Carenado @ www.carenado.com
    Sound FileName: Default
    Features: 2D Panel: Yes - 3D Panel: Yes
    Additional Files: None
    Availability Repaints: Yes - PaintKit: Yes
    Model System Design: Microsoft Flight Simulator Fs9 & FSX
    Information: I personally enjoy this aircraft. Works just fine in fsx.

    Scenery Information
    Scenery Used: FSX Default
    Scenery Add-On: everest_p1.zip & everest_p2.zip by Frank Dainese
    Scenery Availability: www.avsim.com
    Scenery Information: This scenery is completely compatible with Aerosoft LuklaX
    Terrain Mesh: None
    Terrain Mesh Filenames: None

    Software Information
    Software Used: Microsoft Flight Simulator FSX SP1
    PaintShop Pro: Used For Screenshots, Editing & Framing.

    Hardware Information
    Compter: HP Model 7674N 2.2Ghz, DuoCore, 2048 DDR2 SDRAM, 400 Gig Sata + 300 & 750 Gig Media Drives
    Monitor: HP F1905E 19" LCD Video Card: GeForce EVGA 8800 GT 512 mb DDR3 Superclocked Edition
    Operating System: Windows XP SP1 Professional Media Center Edition
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    Are we having fun yet?
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    Beautiful series of pics.!
    Larry

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    amazing pics Jerry, love plane and scenery

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    Great shots, great aircraft, wonderful scenery.

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    Excellent choice of aircraft sir! I love the Beech Bonanza too, and your pictures are really fantastic. :-)
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    Thumbs up

    My first experience with Carenado was in FS2002 with that aircraft
    "Where You Can Enjoy FSX Without All The Negativity"

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    There's a plane to love, and I'll be you do. Great, Camino. Glad to see you around.
    --Dan Roman; Sunland, CA; FSX, Acceleration, ASE, Windows 7 Ultimate (64 bit), Intel Core2 Quad CPU Q9550 @2.83 GHz 2.83 GHz, 8.0 GB RAM; AMD Radeon HD 6900 Series.

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    Thanks to all who responded.

    Kofi: It was on of the first planes I bought for fs2002 too.

    One of these just crashed somewhere. Had engine problems during landing. Bounced off the top of a passing car and crashed
    into the airport fence. The news showed a pretty humble looking airplane with the left wing ripped off and the nose all munched up.
    Are we having fun yet?
    PsSt! Never skydive from your flight simulator!

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