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FLEET 16B FINCH II FSX P3D

€ 15.00
FLEET 16B FINCH II FSX P3D

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  • Published by

    GOLDEN AGE SIMULATIONS

  • Sold by

    GOLDEN AGE SIMULATIONS

  • Size
    110.75MB
  • Language
    English
  • Available since
    2019-07-16
  • Version
    1.0
  • PID
    12601
  • Description

    The Fleet Finch II (Fleet Model 16B) is a two-seat, tandem training biplane produced by Fleet Aircraft of Fort Erie, Ontario. There were a number of variants mainly based on engine variations. Over several years beginning in 1939, a total of 447 Finches were built, nearly all (431) of them for use as elementary trainers in the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP) during the Second World War.

     Our representation of this iconic aircraft is fully animated with tool tips active in the VC cockpit for all animated parts.   It is fully compatible with all versions of FSX and P3D. 

    Our package includes:

    • High quality, Fully Animated 3D Models representing  RCAF and Post War Civilian Paint schemes
    • Fully Modeled Detailed Kinner B5-R 5 cylinder radial engine
    • High Resolution (4096 x 4096)Textures
    • Fully Animated VC cockpit with VC Cockpit Shadowing  and Smooth 3D modeled gauges
    • User Controlled Configuration Manager
    • VC Cockpit Custom Sound Package
    • Volumetric Propeller Textures
    • High Fidelity Sound Files
    • Precision Flight Dynamics
    • Fully Animated Pilot Figures
    • Paint Kit
    • Custom installer for FSX, FSX SE and P3D Versions 1 - 4
    • Users Manual

    Requirements

    Windows Vista/7/8/10 (32 or 64 bits)

    Microsoft Flight Simulator FSX , Lockheed Martin - Prepar3D Flight Simulator Versions 1 - 4, or  FSX Steam Edition Installed

    Pentium V/2GHz or similar – 2GB RAM – 512MB graphics card

    4.5 GB Hard Drive Space

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