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hopefully this post is in the correct section.i currently downloaded a version of the fs2002pro default beech baron 58. this is a full version and not just a repaint. however the only requirement is that you copy the .mdl file into this aircraft file. i do not have the professional version and was wondering if anyone could email me the mdl file so that i can activate this aircraft, especially since i am currently working on my first repaint and it happens to be this plane since its profile fits my theme. my email is morpheus1979@msn.com, and all i need is the default .mdl file for the beech baron 58. if you have any questions feel free to post here or even email me directly.thanks, Jeff aka Nav

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>hopefully this post is in the correct section.>>i currently downloaded a version of the fs2002pro default>beech baron 58. this is a full version and not just a repaint.>however the only requirement is that you copy the .mdl file>into this aircraft file. i do not have the professional>version and was wondering if anyone could email me the mdl>file so that i can activate this aircraft, especially since i>am currently working on my first repaint and it happens to be>this plane since its profile fits my theme. >>my email is morpheus1979@msn.com, and all i need is the>default .mdl file for the beech baron 58. if you have any>questions feel free to post here or even email me directly.>>thanks, >Jeff aka NavI may be wrong, but I think what you are asking may be illegal. In order for you to have any part of the Pro Version , you need to purchase either it or an upgrade.Anything else is called piracy.My 2C only and as stated may be wrong.Shad

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after thinking about what you said, its more or less one of those grey areas if you know what i mean. the type of thing you can get caught by a catch 22 on. in the end i found an undoubtedly perfectly legal baron58. which is always better off safe than sorry when it comes to eula's and agreements etc.Jeff

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