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Donny AKA ShalomarFly 2 ROCKS!!!If you or someone you know has developed any of these planes, and not released it for this compiling, please PM or e-mail me.Atkinson AJ2- pic at bottom of post. If this plane doesn't exist in R/L (not that I know of) it must be piracy if not with permission.http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/130708http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/130706.jpgPiper Seminolehttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/130707.jpgthe panel pic is too big...Other Planes mentioned:Beechcraft Duke 60- if this is freeware, or even payware, where can I get it legitimately?Aero Commander 500SAero marchi M-346Beechjet 400ACESSNA CITATION XChallenger 3002 Beech B200sKing Air C90 Adam A700Maverick LeaderArcher 180Piper MirageBonanza V35http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/130708.jpg

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"Beechcraft Duke 60- if this is freeware, or even payware, where can I get it legitimately?"I do not know if there is a 'flyable' version of the Duke 60 for MSFS. But I do know that there is an AI version of it in the AI Traffic program that I use, which is 'MyTraffic 2004 v2.1'.http://www.mytraffic2004.com/Eaglesoft have an payware AI package of the Citation, or at they used to at least. They also have a 'flyable'(not AI) payware Beech 400A and Citation X. http://www.eaglesoftdg.com/Bonanza V35 is available as a 'flyable' payware aircraft from Carenado.http://www.carenado.com/"If you or someone you know has developed any of these planes, and not released it for this compiling, please PM or e-mail me."Compiling of what? I'm naturally curious. Is it a CD you bought on E-Bay or something? Is this compilation flyable aircraft or AI aircraft? I do see mention of a panel shot that is too big to post so maybe they are flyables?Anyway, I'm not a dev of any aircraft so maybe I'm sticking my nose in where I shouldn't, but you can try to take a look at those developers aircrafts I mentioned and see if they match up with whatever this compilation is that you have. I could post screenshots of them if want. I'm going to guess that whatever this compilation you have is, is freeware aircaft though since you only posted two actual pics and they look like they're probably freeware.Regards,OneTinSoldier

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Donny AKA ShalomarFly 2 ROCKS!!!I've seen it for sale, 20 aircraft total supposedly all flyable. No, if I had it I'd have more pics.I'd really like to get my hands on a Duke, but not this way since I suspect all this is freeware unless this is Abacus or something. In which case their planes supposedly are frame rate friendly, but I wouldn't be so sure how they would fly.No mention of the software origin of any of these planes.The amphib jet- I've seen posts about it, and no one knew of anyone building the R/L aircraft, if so it would be very easy to prove piracy- if that's what this is.Best Regards, Donny:-wave

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The aircraft are Chuck Dome's. One--the Mirage, was a project I worked on with Chuck. Since Chuck released his work in the public domain, it also allowed for scheming bottom feeders to legally sell his work in CD compilations, even though his work is widely available (and with a small byte count in package size, easy to download even on dial up).-John

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Donny AKA ShalomarFly 2 ROCKS!!!Thanx for the heads up. Now that I know his name, I found a lot of stuff. The 2004 V35 is in the "Modifications" category- buried by so many repaints. Ya al,ost gotta know what you're looking for to find something. Now to find the Duke.Best Regards, Donny:-wave

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