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Any recommendations on best freeware 737 (author and where to find). Thanks.DP

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The best freeware 737(atleast in my opinion) would be YeoDesigns 737-200. Just search the file library for 'yeo' and it'll show you all the liveries(theres a lot of repaints).

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>The best freeware 737(atleast in my opinion) would be >YeoDesigns 737-200. Just search the file library for 'yeo' >and it'll show you all the liveries(theres a lot of >repaints). HOW ABOUT A FULL A/C PACKAGE - PANEL ETC...

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Try the new FFG 737-900. It's gMAX. Search for panels and you'll find quite a few for NG 737s. Take your pic. I highly recommed going to AFG's website and d/l the HUD. Actually, it might be here in the library as well. Alex.ERROR:Banner is 6.6KB, 15 pixels (width) above limit. Cannot Display!

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According to the read me file on the FFG's NG B737, these were designed by Louis Sinclair's FSDS HENCE they are not GMAX.While on the subjet could somebody confirm that only GMAX designed A Crafts and Scenery will be compatible with FS2004.I think FFG's B737 are very nice but I have this huge doubt.E CardenasIt is better to be vaguely right than prescisely wrong.

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Well,guess you're right. Didn't know it was FSDS. :)Alex.ERROR:Banner is 6.6KB, 15 pixels (width) above limit. Cannot Display!

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yup...fsds. I found out the hard way trying to convert thetextures to DXT3. Just turned out black.Eric


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www.projectfreeware.com.Best 737 Classics on the freeware net. FS2000 of course but OK for FS2002.Shez


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Digipilot,My preference is the NG series (300 and up), and I have about a dozen or so 300/400's from Project Freeware and a couple dozen more 700/800/900's from Freeware Flight Group. All are excellent models and work fine in FS2002. Project Freeware has gone offline, don't know if it's temporary or permanent, but those of us that have their models would probably be willing to share the bounty to an e-mail address.Freeware Flight Group models, can be downloaded right here.http://www.avsim.com/ffg/Here's a list of my Project Freeware 300/400's.300'sAir CalAir AfriqueAmericanAmerica West (oc)Continental (oc)Continental (nc)Delta (nc 1997)PiedmontSouthwestUS Air (3 reds)Western (metal)Western Pacific (Sam's Town)400'sEastern (metal)PanAm (billboard)US Air (oc)US Airways (nc)Happy hunting...Bob

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