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The Cape Records Anniversary

Flight Simulator Downloads

 

G-AEXF (Cape Records)G-AEXF_1 - This file contains an FS-98 compatible version of the Percival Mew Gull G-AEXF in Cape Records configuration. Note that the Cessna 182 sound is used by default. If more realism is desired, an excellent Magister sound-pack by Mike Hambly can be downloaded from www.flightsim.com.
Download File (53KB):
G-AEXF_1.ZIP

 

G-AEXF (Original)G-AEXF_2 - This file contains an FS-98 compatible version of the Percival Mew Gull G-AEXF in original configuration. Note that the Cessna 182 sound is used by default. If more realism is desired, the Magister sound-pack recommended above is appropriate.
Download File (31KB):
G-AEXF_2.ZIP

 

Cape Records PanelMEWPANEL.ZIP - This file contains an FS-98 compatible panel for the Mew Gull models listed above. Note that the instrument arrangement is as for the Cape Records configuration. This is a Beta version of the panel, and contains a number of rough edges which will hopefully be smoothed off in the next version.
Download File (557KB):
MEWPANEL.ZIP

 

Credits
Chris Lampard designed and painted both versions of G-AEXF. Lee Hall is in the process of developing the panel and cockpit interior. Instruments are by a variety of authors. Full credits are given in the download files.

Flight Simulator   Screenshots

 

lancaster2.jpg (14428 bytes)

 

Representation of an H2S equipped Lancaster from 635 Squadron, a component of the Pathfinder Force (No 8 Group), RAF Downham Market, Norfolk, late 1944.
Flight Simulator model by Chris Lampard, March 1999.

 

 

 

 

Shackleton.jpg (14006 bytes)

 

Avro Shackleton MR Mk3. Formerly operated by the South African Air Force for coastal reconnaissance, and now maintained in flying condition by the SAAF Museum.
Flight Simulator model by Chris Lampard, April 1999.

 

 

 

 

SHACKLETON4.jpg (10032 bytes)

 

Just for the record, here is a picture of the real Pelican 22, taken at a South African Air Force Museum Open Day in October 1998. Note the open bomb doors and extended radar 'dustbin'.

 

 


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