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Boeing B-314 ''The Clipper'' .

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

A perfect monsterous craft with great sound and exterior textures offered with some great repaints.
Interior is poor but i guess you can leave with it...Heavy craft with lovely shape.The whole package includes four missions-adventures.

Can be found here in a low price ➡

http://secure.simmarket.com/product_info.php?manufacturers_id=35&products_id=209

Some shots ➡

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Karlw Captain

Nice shots greekman Clap Bow Down Punk 👏

But could you please post shots of the virtual cabin please?

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RadarMan Chief Captain

I'm not familiar with that "beast" what a find, it looks as if it could be quite a bit of fun.

It's not even in Wiki, someone here could write an entry for it.

The interior screenshots are on the link that Greekman was good enough to supply us.

Radar

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

Beautiful shots and aircraft. 👍 Only 12 were ever built.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_314

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

Karlw wrote:

Nice shots greekman Clap Bow Down Punk 👏

But could you please post shots of the virtual cabin please?

As RadarMan points,you can check the link but anyway have a look to the followings 😉 ➡



Last edited by Greekman72 on Thu Sep 21, 2006 11:59 pm, edited 1 time in total
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CRJCapt Chief Captain

I like the coffee mug at the radio operators position and the pencil at the navigators position. Nice touches that show the attention to detail. What it must have been to be a pilot back then. No GPS, just a compass, watch and the few radio beacons (NDB and commercial radio stations). If the clouds allowed, a celestial fix with a sextant. Those were real aviators. 🙂

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

CRJCapt wrote:

I like the coffee mug at the radio operators position and the pencil at the navigators position. Nice touches that show the attention to detail. What it must have been to be a pilot back then. No GPS, just a compass, watch and the few radio beacons (NDB and commercial radio stations). If the clouds allowed, a celestial fix with a sextant. Those were real aviators. 🙂

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