FS2004 Global AI DHC-4/C-7 Caribou Base Pack
- Complete with Base Model
- Download hits
- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004
- File size
- 810.4 KB
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- Scanned 28 days ago (clean)
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- Free (Freeware)
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A 2400 polygon multi-LOD DeHavilland Caribou for AI. Includes two models and white textures. Models and textures by Andrew Hall, FDE by Steve Holland.
This is an old project. Very old. Ancient. I first started it long before my AN-124 was (finally) released. As such, it doesn't quite have the finish of my newer projects. The flaps in particular are horrible, but fixing them would have delayed the release even more. Plus I'm just lazy.
The package contains two different models, one with a pokey-outy nose which I've called the C7 model, and one with the normal nose with two holes in it, called the DHC4 model. The models are otherwise identical. Looking at photo's, there appear to be some DHC-4s with a pokey nose, and some C-7s without one, so my model names are probably completely innacurate, but as long as you know which one is which, that's all that matters.
Thanks to Steve, this is probably the first model of mine that actually behaves as it's supposed to! All FDE credit (and complaints about this slow-poke jamming up your traffic flow) go to him.
- Drop the folder named "GAI Caribou" into your FS2004's Aircraft folder, then assign the aircraft some flightplans, and away you go.
The archive gai_caribou_bp.zip has 20 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|GAI Caribou||12.24.09||0 B|
|Base package readme.txt||12.23.09||2.84 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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