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PostPosted: Sat Feb 03, 2007 2:13 am
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While scouring at AvSim for the Fokker F.XII, I stumbled in this, and if you like this kind of oldies, you are expected to rush downloading it - it's in four parts:

Bristol F2B Mk.1 - by Robert Bruce

-> library.avsim.net/esea...DLID=97139

[/i]Flight Simulator X version of the Bristol Fighter Mk.1 or 'Biff' as it was called by its crews in WW1. This file is part 1 of a 4 part download and contains visual models and textures depicting 3 aircraft with the earlier short form exhausts. No other downloads are required to make this functional. The other 3 downloads are optional variants. This aircraft was modeled using 3DS Max 8.0 and compiled using FSX SDK tools and will only work in FSX or higher. It is NOT compatable with FS2004. The aircraft makes full use of FSX materials and also features skinned animated crew members in the external model. It also features a detailed virtual cockpit. All instruments, levers and selectors are modeled in the 3D model. It does not use the FSX gauge system and there is NO 2D cockpit. [/i]

-> library.avsim.net/esea...DLID=97140

Flight Simulator X version of the Bristol Fighter Mk.1 or 'Biff' as it was called by it's crews in WW1. This file is part 2 of a 4 part download and contains visual models and textures depicting 4 aircraft with the later long diagonal exhausts. This file requires the prior successful installation of part 1 to function (F2BX1pt1.zip). The remaining 2 downloads are optional variants. This aircraft was modeled using 3DS Max 8.0 and compiled using FSX SDK tools and will only work in FSX or higher. It is NOT compatable with FS2004. The aircraft makes full use of FSX materials and also features skinned animated crew members in the external model. It also features a detailed virtual cockpit. All instruments, levers and selectors are modeled in the 3D model. It does not use the FSX gauge system and there is NO 2D cockpit.

-> library.avsim.net/esea...DLID=97141

Flight Simulator X version of the Bristol Fighter Mk.1 or 'Biff' as it was called by it's crews in WW1. This file is part 3 of a 4 part download and contains visual models and textures depicting E2459 of 'B' Flight No. 88 Sqdn RFC/RAF, with the second long form of horizontal exhausts. This file requires the prior successful installations of parts 1 & 2 (F2BX1Pt1.zip and F2BX1Pt2.zip) The remaining download is optional. This aircraft was modeled using 3DS Max 8.0 and compiled using FSX SDK tools and will only work in FSX or higher. It is NOT compatable with FS2004. The aircraft makes full use of FSX materials and also features skinned animated crew members in the external model. It also features a detailed virtual cockpit. All instruments, levers and selectors are modeled in the 3D model. It does not use the FSX gauge system and there is NO 2D cockpit.

-> library.avsim.net/esea...DLID=97142

Flight Simulator X version of the Bristol Fighter Mk.1 or 'Biff' as it was called by it's crews in WW1. This file is part 4 of a 4 part download and contains visual models and textures depicting 4-blade propellor versions, D8084 of No 139 Sqdn RAF and B1112 of No.22 Sqdn RFC/RAF. This file requires the prior successful installation of part 1 (F2BX1Pt1.zip), which contains common textures. Parts 2 & 3 are optional. This aircraft was modeled using 3DS Max 8.0 and compiled using FSX SDK tools and will only work in FSX or higher. It is NOT compatable with FS2004. The aircraft makes full use of FSX materials and also features skinned animated crew members in the external model. It also features a detailed virtual cockpit. All instruments, levers and selectors are modeled in the 3D model. It does not use the FSX gauge system and there is NO 2D cockpit.

[img]http://library.avsim.net/sendfile.php?Location=AVSIM&Proto=file&ImageID=151867[/img] [img]http://library.avsim.net/sendfile.php?Location=AVSIM&Proto=file&ImageID=151869[/img] [img]http://library.avsim.net/sendfile.php?Location=AVSIM&Proto=file&ImageID=151871[/img] [img]http://library.avsim.net/sendfile.php?Location=AVSIM&Proto=file&ImageID=151872[/img] [img]http://library.avsim.net/sendfile.php?Location=AVSIM&Proto=file&ImageID=151873[/img] [img]http://library.avsim.net/sendfile.php?Location=AVSIM&Proto=file&ImageID=151874[/img]


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