FS2004 The Flying Bulls Douglas DC-6B
- Complete with Base Model
- Download hits
- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
- File size
- 7.63 MB
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- Scanned 17 days ago (clean)
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- Free (Freeware)
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A repaint (textures and model only) of Greg Pepper's and Tom Gibson's DC6B. This is The Flying Bulls DC-6B N996DM. It is a beautifully restored demonstration aircraft. This aircraft requires the version 2 model which is included. It also requires the other original aircraft files From CalClassic. Repaint by Wayne Tudor.
Screenshot of The Flying Bulls Douglas DC-6B oin the ground outside the hangar.
This represents The Flying Bulls DC-6B N996DM in its beautifully restored condition. This aircraft, c/n 45563, was originally delivered to JAT in 1958. After a checkered career it was acquired by The Flying Bulls in 2000.
This spinners on this aircraft require the version 2 model which is included.
- Copy the included model.v2 folder to your DC-6B aircraft folder.
- Copy the included texture.TFB folder to your DC-6B aircraft folder.
- Add the following section to your DC-6B aircraft.cfg file, numbering it in sequence.
title=DC-6B The Flying Bulls
ui_variation=The Flying Bulls
description=The DC-6B was generally considered to possess the best operating economics of any piston airliner built. Passengers also appreciated their smooth, quiet ride. United had 43 DC-6B's, and used them throughout their US system.
The archive redbull6.zip has 34 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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