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  1. #11
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    Nice plane and good shots of it. Interesting nose rework on that last shot. Jim

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    Oh yes, I have a lot of "trimotors" in my hanger: Junkers, Ford, Avia's. Dorniers, Cantz, BN-Trilander, Fokkers, Savoia's, Dewoitines, there are a lot of three engined birds for FS.

    Here's the last one I found, never knew it existed: British built Airspeed Ferry (not an engine in the nose, but on the roof...)

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    I had no idea Fiat manufactured planes. And what an odd design at that.
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  4. #14

    Thumbs up 1930s Italian trimotors

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    ... can you give a list of the Savoia's you found? I simply love the older SM's & Fiats. (FS2004, if possible)
    The Savoia Marchetti S.73 is very nicely modeled by Stefano Meneghini for FS2004. It has different civilian and military versions as well as documentation describing navigation and handling. It is available here on Flightsim (s73_v20.zip). An upgrade is also available here for FS2004 (s73_up21.zip). A further upgrade to an FSX version is available here as well (s73_v30f.zip).

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    Cool 1930s Italian trimotors

    A civilian version of the "Spaviero" — Savoia Marchetti SM.79CS is very nicely modeled by Francesco Giuli, and available here on Flightsim (giusm79.zip). More civilian repaints are available on SOH (FS9_SM79civile_repaints_UT.zip).

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    Another version of the civilian Savoia Marchetti SM.79CS by Manuele Villa is also nicely modeled and available here (s_79cs_t_fs9.zip).

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    A "clean" repaint version by Huub Vink of the civilian Savoia Marchetti S.79CS I-ALAN (Manulel Villa version) is available from SOH (FS9_I-ALAN_SM79_Clean_I-ALAN.zip). Also a replacement sound pack, edited to deliver the tri-motor sound of three Alfa Romeo 126 radial engines is available for the S.79 from SOH (SM-79_Sound.zip).


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    Thumbs up 1930s Italian civilian airliners

    The four-engined civilian airliner Savoia Marchetti S.74 is nicely modeled by Manuele Villa for FS2004. It is available here (sm74_v01.zip). It does not have a VC, but a CFS2 version converted from the FS2004 version, claims to have a VC, available from SOH (SM74_for_CFS2.zip).

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    Cool Four-engine prop Italian airliner

    The Savoia-Marchetti SM.95, together with the Fiat G12 featured above, was one of the first airliners of Alitalia, the new Italian company after the War. This type of aircraft entered in service in July 1947 on the route Roma-Oslo. The last flight ws in September 1954, due to the entry in service of more modern aircraft with pressurized cabins and modern avionics. A model of the SM.95 has been modeled by Francesco Giuli for FS2004, and is available here on Flightsim (giusm95.zip).

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    I'd love to see any of those trimotors make it to MSFS!
    But apparently there's a Ju-52 coming...
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    They made gorgeous planes!

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