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Garry J. Smith

Curtiss Jenny Liveries for FSX and FS2004

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Hi Good People,
 
For those that may not have noticed recently, the Ford Tri-Motor Project Team have been pumping out a bucket of liveries for the Default Microsoft Curtiss Jenny JN4D aircraft.
 
This is a great "low and slow" historical aircraft however, she was lacking somewhat in her texture mappings - typical of the Microsoft default girls.  Lots of mirror mapping and some duplication mapping for various components.  
 
This unfortunately, like the other default aircraft, restricted the scope in creating some Fact, Fiction and Fun liveries.
 
However, the Ford Project Team has push some boundaries - experimented and pumped out lots of stuff for these almost forgotten or bypassed girls and the latest is one of the most important aircraft in aviation history - the widely used, for both military and civilian service, Curtiss Jenny.
 
I recommend to you the following slideshow created to show the results of the Ford Project Team's efforts to "Keep History Alive" and bring more flying fun to your simming environment - both in FS2004 and FSX
 
http://www.ford-tri-motor.net/counter/Curtiss-Counter/click.php?id=54
 
This slideshow is an InAlbum self running slideshow - totally safe to run and view - simply click on the link above and enjoy a few minutes sitting back and watch the colours and history of this great little aircraft - with some great era specific music to enjoy as well.
 
Where can you get these liveries:
 
Direct link: http://www.ford-tri-motor.net/curtiss-jenny.htm
 
While your there - feel free to check out our other aircraft, scenery and the ever popular FREE Jigsaw Puzzles.
 
The Ford Project site is, I believe, the largest repository on the net focussed on 1930's era  aircraft and scenery and everything there is absolutely FREE - more than 3 years of hard work created 1930's stuff for your enjoyment.
 
Regards
 
Your Ford Project Team
Edward Moore and
Garry Smith
 

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