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AlphSim Releases De Havilland Sea Vixen

Last updated Sun, 18 Dec 2011 20:12:08 GMT
Originally posted on Fri, 20 Aug 2004 21:38:13 GMT

Now available from AlphaSim is their De Havilland Sea Vixen Set, which includes three variants of the early generation British jet fighter. For details, click on Read More.

New from AlphaSim - the De Havilland Sea Vixen Set. The Royal Navy's twin-boom interceptor is modelled here to an exceptionally high standard. Three variants are included in the package - the early FAW.1, the D-3 trials aircaft (XP924 'Foxy Lady') and the definitive FAW.2 variant. The two Navy variants have unique textures and come with missiles and auxiliary fuel tanks, the civilian variant is in its early RAE red/yellow scheme. A stunning virtual cockpit is included which features the usual range of animations. Other animated parts include - crew canopies (2), tailhook, aibrake, wingfold, turbines and the unusually-shaped landing flaps. A detailed 2D panel and finely-tuned authentic flight model round out this amazing package.

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