FSX 1936 Stearman Hammond Y-1s by Rarewings.com: Designed with FSDS3.5.1 and FSDSTweak. It has full working virtual cockpit with back-lite gauges. Limited 2D panel, custom sounds. The plane has reflective glass and metal textures. This install package comes with three paint textures. Model Y designed by Dean B. Hammond for Bureau of Air Commerce safe airplane competition in 1934. Declared winner of contest in Nov, and Bureau contracted to purchase 25 aircraft at $3,190 each. Original design goal was for an airplane cost of $700--they cost $7150 later! First airplane not acceptable to the Bureau, and Lloyd Stearman was asked to re-engineer plane to improve performance and general workmanship. Resulting aircraft, Model Y, delivered April 1936. By Patrick Dyer.
FSX Ryan YO-51 Dragonfly. The YO-51 was a prewar USAAC attempt to create a STOL aircraft. This is a native FSX-Acceleration project. It has the usual animations plus drooping ailerons, animated cowl flaps and leading edge slats. The reflective textures are in .dds format. The VC has working gauges and animated flight controls. There is a minimal 2D panel. By Paul Clawson.
FSX 1938 Waterman Arrowbile by Rarewings.com. Designed with FSDS3.5.1 and FSTweak. Has full working virtual cockpit with back-lit gauges, 2D panels, custom sounds. Reflective metal and glass textures. Waterman, Figuring that most people couldn't afford both an airplane and a car, and believing that the car was a necessity of modern life, set out to build a car that could be turned into an airplane. The result was the "Arrowbile," a small plane with wings that could be detached in a few minutes. Much of the vehicle was made with standard car parts, and in fact a normal Studebaker engine powered the wheels (when in car mode) and the propeller (when in airplane mode). By Patrick Dyer.
FSX SP2 Waco UPF-7. An FSX rebuild of the earlier Waco UPF7 biplane. Includes updated VC, resized textures and XML gauges. Not tested in Vista/DX10. By Tim Conrad.
FSX Boeing PW-9. The PW-9 was much inspired by the Fokker D-VII. The fuselage was of welded steel tubing construction put together by arc-welding (a Boeing-developed technique). The aircraft was a single-bay biplane with tapered wings. The lower wing was shorter and narrower than the upper wing. The wings were of traditional wooden frame construction with fabric covering. During 1926, the production PW-9s were shipped to US bases in Hawaii and the Philippines. Gmax source included. Complete model by A.F. Scrub.
FSX Gloster Grebe v3. The Gloster Grebe was a single seat biplane fighter with fabric-covered wooden structure and twin Vickers machine gun armament. It was powered by the 400 hp Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar. Top speed was 162 mph (261 km/h). The Grebe was very agile, but suffered from wing flutter, which lead to all RAF aircraft being modified with additional wing struts. Version two includes updated model, updated panel, improved textures and and five authentic paints. This archive contains the gauges missing from the previous upload. Complete Gmax model by A.F. Scrub.
FSX Fokker FVIIa of KLM, DDL and Swissair. A Fokker F.VIIa in the markings of KLM, DDL (Danish Airlines), Balair and Swissair. The Fokker F.VIIa was a very successful, single-engined airliner of the inter-war period. Version 2.1 modified for FSX. By Jens B. Kristensen.
FSX Beechcraft D17 Staggerwing. This is an FSX update for the Beechcraft D17 Staggerwing by the Simtech Team including the wheels and the float version. As the original version displayed major graphic issues in FSX and the float version wasn't flyable at all due to incompatible contact points I've decided to make this wonderful aircraft available for FSX users also. The package also includes both a reworked VC and a new 2D panel with animated yokes and new gauges for the most part. Exhaust smoke included as well. Thanks to Simtech for the original model and for the 2D panel design by Mariano Pedro Bernacki, which perfectly matches the VC. All graphic and panel updates as well as smoke configuration by Michael Pook. The model may work in P3D v3 also. A Cr1-Software/simTECH Flight Design former payware add-on for FS 2002 to FSX.
FSX Twin Package Of The Douglas O-43 And O-46 Updated. This is an FSX twin package of two observation aircraft of the 1930s, the Douglas O-43 and O-46, originally designed by the late Paul Clawson who sadly passed way in 2014. The panels of both models were extremely basic so I decided to make more realistic VCs and 2D panels for them. The O43 didn't have a 2D panel at all, so it now has one also. The O-43 entered service around 1934 and soldered on until WW2, followed by the last one of the bunch, the O46. Exhaust smoke added for both planes. Thanks to Paul Clawson for the models, new panels and smoke configuration by Michael Pook. The models may also work in P3D, Version 3.