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Old 11-01-2005, 06:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Free Cessna 152

If you are too stindgy to pay 8 quid for the Flight1 Cessna 152 , Carenado have now got a freeware one here that is no bad right here.
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Old 11-01-2005, 07:10 AM   #2 (permalink)
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That is a nice model. I flew it a while back and was impressed with just about everything on it.
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Yes. It is pretty good. The panel some work, as do the sounds.

Do any of you have the Carenado Cessna add ons. Their sounds and their gauges are perfect for it.

I nabbed a few gauges of the 182 and some of the sounds. They go really well.
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On the subject of freeware -- How bout a PA28-140???? pleeeease???

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There is a freeware PA28 that looks like this.

It is here on the bottom right.

Not bad, but not great either. There is Carenado's site for Piper Aircraft here
It is the -180 though, not the -140. I really recommend them. They are easily the best flightsim producer out there. Their stuff looks as good when you play it as it does in the screenshots and the flight models are flawless.
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