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Icarus Releases Fiat CR32

Last updated Wed, 05 Apr 2017 14:15:56 GMT
Originally posted on Thu, 13 May 2004 19:52:04 GMT

Now available from Icarus for CFS2, FS2004 and FS2002 is their version of the Fiat CR32, a 1930's Italian fighter. Included are three models, thirteen liveries, working virtual cockpit, moving parts and more. For details, click on Read More.

CFS2/FS2002/FS2004 version, 3 models, 13 skins with multiresolution, reflective textures, virtual cockpit with working gauges, cockpit animations, rotating wheels, rudder pedals, shock absorber suspension, moving joystick, original engine sound.

The Fiat CR.32 was another one of Celestino Rosatelli's designs and probably his greatest. the prototype, (M.M. 201), first flew on 28th April 1933. Series production began a year later. It was an immediate success, and a large export order book followed.

The C.R.32 was an excellent fighter, fast, robust and nimble. It was easily recognizable, with its closely cowled engine, annular radiator beneath the propellor, Warren wing bracing and cockpit well behind the wing.

Now on sale at Icarus at Regia Aeronautica section:

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