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The Ford Tri-Motor Project Team has another exciting historical aircraft for you to enjoy:
 
The deHavilland DH89a Floats Version
 
DH89a-Cover.jpg
Aircraft created by Dave Garwood and friends - who graciously gave permission for us to use his aircraft and release it from the Ford Tri-Motor Project site.
 
We have focussed on the Floats version and created a very special pack of 40 historical liveries of the 1930's era.  Plus a Paint Kit for other budding artists to tinker with.
 
To view a slideshow of the entire pack of liveries:
http://www.ford-tri-motor.net/counter/DH88-Counter/click.php?id=44
 
This aircraft and texture pack has been added to our Miscellaneous Aircraft Page:
Direct link here: http://www.ford-tri-motor.net/Misc-Aircraft.htm
 
There is a bucket of special aircraft on the Misc Page - including a couple of other DH89a repaints - however, this pack is highlighted with a red border.
 
While your visiting the site check out the Other Aircraft that we use in support of the Ford Tri-Motor Project as well as the bucket of scenery that is freely available.
 
As a side note - almost 50 thousand download of the hundred of fun Jigsaw Puzzles that are available on the site for your entertainment. :-)
 
Anyway folks - that is all for now from the Ford Tri-Motor Project Team.
 
Happy simming from Ed and I.

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This is an epic work, I downloaded it and it is just marvellous!

 

Sascha

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Sascha, hope you fly the Auto-Union in and around Berlin!   A small tribute to the Silver-fish race car of the 30's.   Garry is a genius with repaints!  Take care.

 

Ed Moore

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Ed, no I haven't done that, I am mostly flying the lovely red and silver Danish job. Haven't even gone through a third of the paints yet it is such a huge effort!

 

Sascha

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