FS2004 Prototype Boeing 377 Stratocruiser
- Complete with Base Model
- Download hits
- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
- File size
- 4.03 MB
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- Scanned 16 days ago (clean)
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- Free (Freeware)
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This is a repaint (textures and model only) of Greg Pepper's Gmax Boeing 377 as NX90700, the prototype 377-10-19 Stratocruiser. These textures are compatible with the United Atrat package. Repaint by Wayne Tudor.
Screenshot of Prototype Boeing 377 Stratocruiser in flight.
This aircraft, NX90700, was the prototype Boeing 377 Stratocruiser. It was originally designated a 377-10-19 and was fitted with Curtiss Electric propellers. It was eventually delivered to Pan American as a 377-10-26 after being re-fitted with the Pan Am interior and Hamilton Standard propellers with spinners. It was the first Stratocruiser built and made its first flight on July 8, 1947. It was delivered to Pan Am on Oct. 24, 1950 as N1022V, the last aircraft delivered to Pan Am. It was also the longest lived Stratocruiser. Pan Am sold the aircraft in 1960 and it had a new career with Ransa after being fitted with a forward cargo until 1966. This was one of two aircraft used in the test program. The other, N1039V, was a Pan Am aircraft which carried a different Boeing livery during the test program before being delivered to Pan Am.
Even though this aircraft had the Pan American window configuration it was fitted with Curtiss Electric propellers throughout the test program and therefore uses the b377v1.mdl.
- Copy the included texture.NX90700 folder to your B377 aircraft folder.
- Copy the included model.v1 folder to your B377 aircraft folder.
- Add the following section to your B377 aircraft.cfg file, numbering it in sequence.
title=B377 Boeing Prototype
description=The original Stratocruiser. It was involved in testing \nfor over three years before being delivered \nto Pan American as N1022V.
ui_variation=B377-10-19 Boeing Prototype
The archive pro_b377.zip has 36 files and directories contained within it.
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|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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