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    Default Shorts Sandringham Cunard Eagle

    Playing about with seaplanes in my retro version of FS2004, fictional livery on this ai type.

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    Very cool seaplane! Double decker

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    Looks like a fun plane to fly. Nice set.
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    Typical one for Peer
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    Nice paint on the shorts Col. You really have been busy lately.
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    Yes, it's real PeerPlane

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    Cute ship Colin and very nice set of shots.

    Best wishes.

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    Thanks guys,
    @Khalid, I have transformed my FS2004 version in to a retro flight sim, flying all the older aircraft up to the 1960's.
    Installed all the Calclassic stuff plus airfields and for scenery I recently installed Silverwings.
    With the help of another friend and member on here I also tweaked my Nvidia graphics so no more jaggies.
    It's now looking really good, for a sim as old as FS2004 it now looks as good as FSX plus it runs really smooth too.

    I'm still adding the odd ai aircraft hear and there to populate some of the new airfields I've downloaded making sure they fit in the right era of course.

    Col.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColR1948 View Post
    Thanks guys,
    @Khalid, I have transformed my FS2004 version in to a retro flight sim, flying all the older aircraft up to the 1960's.
    Installed all the Calclassic stuff plus airfields and for scenery I recently installed Silverwings.
    With the help of another friend and member on here I also tweaked my Nvidia graphics so no more jaggies.
    It's now looking really good, for a sim as old as FS2004 it now looks as good as FSX plus it runs really smooth too.

    I'm still adding the odd ai aircraft hear and there to populate some of the new airfields I've downloaded making sure they fit in the right era of course.

    Col.
    Way to go mate. FS2004 still has its charm on me as well.

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