FSX Art Scholl Christen Eagle

PreviewArt Scholl Christen Eagle, registration N13AS. Textures only for the Long Island Classics model; requires LICEAGII.ZIP. Repaint by Dustin M.J.

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Art Scholl Christen Eagle, registration N13AS. Textures only for the Long Island Classics model; requires LICEAGII.ZIP. Repaint by Dustin M.J.

Art Scholl Christen Eagle in flight.

Art Scholl Christen Eagle in flight.

Enjoy #3 (For FSX) in my series of repaints dedicated to Art Scholl and those close to him.

If you haven't yet seen #1 or #2 repaints that were created for Rick Pipers Dehavilland Chipmunk, goto Avsim.com or flightsim.com and do a search for Art Scholl.


This repaint was designed for use on the "Long Island Classics" Christian Eagle II.
Do and advanced search for:

Filename: liceagii.zip <<-------------------------------[ SEARCH FOR THIS ]
Added: 7th August 2005
Downloads: 19640
Author: Kevin Lechmanski (Long Island Classics) <<--------[ Or search for the author ]
Size: 13794kb

To use this repaint:
ADD FOLDER -- texture.N13AS ( complete ) -- TO THE -- Christain Eagle II folder.

Add the below information to the aircraft config below the last aircraft entry. Apply the next consecutive fltsim.xx number, save it, go fly.

title = Isaac Christen Eagle II N13AS
sim = eagleii
model =
panel =
sound =
texture = N13AS
panel_alias =
sound_alias =
kb_checklists =
kb_reference =
atc_id = XHN
atc_id_color =
atc_parking_types =
atc_parking_code =
ui_manufacturer = Isaac Aircraft Inc.
ui_type = Christen Eagle II
ui_variation = N13AS
description = This repaint was created in memory of Arthur Everett Scholl (December 24, 1931 – September 16, 1985) He was a renowned American aerobatic pilot, aerial cameraman, flight instructor and educator based in Southern California. He died during the filming of the movie Top Gun, when his Pitts S-2 camera plane never recovered from a flat spin, and plunged into the Pacific Ocean. Scholl's last words were "I have a problem — I have a real problem." The exact cause of the fatal crash remains unknown, as neither the plane, nor Scholl's body, were ever recovered.


Repaint Created By: Dustin.M.J ---> More to follow as time allows ;)
Thanks to Kevin Lechmanski for making this one available for us to enjoy.
Thanks to Chris Brisland for the tips, and the file to make this paint useable in FSX.

Behind shot of Art Scholl Christen Eagle in flight.

Behind shot of Art Scholl Christen Eagle in flight.

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The archive n13asfsx.zip has 25 files and directories contained within it.

File Contents

This list displays the first 500 files in the package. If the package has more, you will need to download it to view them.

Filename/Directory File Date File Size
carousel.JPG02.27.09103.53 kB
Eagle_II_1_T.bmp11.05.081.00 MB
Eagle_II_2_T.bmp11.05.081.00 MB
Eagle_II_3_T.bmp11.05.081.00 MB
Eagle_II_4_T.bmp07.22.051.00 MB
Eagle_II_Canopy_T.bmp12.08.07512.07 kB
Eagle_II_CoPilot_T.bmp11.05.08256.07 kB
Eagle_II_Pilot_T.bmp11.05.08256.07 kB
Eagle_II_Stabbot_T.bmp11.05.0864.07 kB
gaugeglass.bmp12.08.07256.07 kB
gauges.bmp12.08.074.00 MB
gauges2.bmp12.08.071.00 MB
Glass_t.bmp12.08.0716.07 kB
Glass_tbak.bmp12.08.0716.07 kB
N13AS - Read-Me.txt02.27.092.26 kB
Needles.bmp02.07.0564.07 kB
Prop_eagle.bmp10.15.03256.07 kB
Prop_eagle_back.bmp07.04.05256.07 kB
screenshot864.JPG02.27.0982.71 kB
screenshot865.JPG02.27.0972.83 kB
screenshot866.JPG02.27.09101.01 kB
screenshot867.JPG02.27.09135.70 kB
thumbnail.jpg11.04.0850.23 kB
flyawaysimulation.txt10.29.13959 B
Go to Fly Away Simulation.url01.22.1652 B
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