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Garry J. Smith

Manchukuo (China) Scenery - Now Available (FREE)

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Hi Good People,

 

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Been a bit quiet lately for the Ford Tri-Motor Project - some major surgery for me last year - several runs actually - but finally fully back on my feet.  As part of my convalescence over the last couple of months Edward and I decided to do a scenery pack that would merge into our Ford India Project - a batch of 4 Airfields in Manchukuo and a couple of bridging airfields, one in Saigon and a French Fort airfield called Fort Bayard in lower French Indochina.    I really got stuck into some model building and had some great fun creating almost 100 new models and tweaking some of the others we have.

 

Anyway - I would like to present to you The FREE Manchukuo Scenery Project - something new and exciting for your FS2004 entertainment.

 

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A couple of pics for you to check out:

 

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A fun slideshow to show a greater view of the overall project: http://www.ford-tri-motor.net/Slideshows/Manchukuo_Project_CHINA.html

 

Where do you get it?

 

At the Ford Tri-Motor Project Site http://www.ford-tri-motor.net start at the Scenery Page and follow the leads
or a direct link http://www.ford-tri-motor.net/Ford-Manchukuo.htm

 

OK - that is all of the latest news from your Ford Project Team - download and enjoy yet another FREE fun scenery project.

 

Regards
Garry and Edward
Your Ford Project Team.

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Sorry to learn you needed surgery Garry.  I sincerely hope your convalescence wasn't too arduous.

 

Again our little, and ever diminishing, community is in your debt. 

Thank you and stay well.

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Again our little, and ever diminishing, community is in your debt. 

Thank you and stay well.

 

Concur, 

 

Thank you Gary and Ed. Your teamwork are much, much appreciated.  

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Thanks Appliance,

Was a bit touch and go for a couple of months - arduous couple of cutting sessions, and a couple of minor follow up hospitalisation sessions and long recovery period  - but getting back on the computer and doing what I love to do, repaints, 3D modelling and scenery, is very good R&R for me - but I have to be a lot more frugal on time I spend on the box.  No more super long hours tinkering.   However, I will indeed continue to tinker, just not as much as before. :smile:

 

Thanks also Benzhangar - glad that people are out there that enjoy what Ed and I pump out as much as we do creating the stuff.  :wink:  

 

Regards

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