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    Milviz Ju 87 D.5/G.2 Stuka is now a free download!

    Get it here:
    Even though the installer says "available shortly", the installer is there.....

    http://milviz.com/flight/products/JU87/index.php

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    Sweet! Thanks for the heads up.

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    Thanks for the heads up and link!
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    This is already flagged in 'Sales for anything FSX' by Kat. You lot are terrible at reading forums

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveB View Post
    This is already flagged in 'Sales for anything FSX' by Kat. You lot are terrible at reading forums

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    Would not of thought to look in "sales for FSX"


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    Cool! Quite a sale!
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    TBH Rick.. I don't normally look in there if there's nothing I want. The main reason I went there today was because I saw it was Kat who'd posted

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    It would be nice to know if anybody has the "SNAKE" repaint produced by Barnes, because the link he uploaded is dead and it is a great repaint.

    Regards Paul Day.

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    Thank you very much papab, i just downloaded it

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    I still think it's one of the most truly, deeply, comprehensibly ugly aircraft ever cobbled together by aircraft designers - but a Milviz quality model for free? Oh, all right then! Thank you, MV!
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    An incredibly generous gesture Milviz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hairyspin View Post
    I still think it's one of the most truly, deeply, comprehensibly ugly aircraft ever cobbled together by aircraft designers!
    Agreed, it is a bit of an eyesore, don't think the Germans were into aesthetics, they were all about functionality back then. It got the job done and in a brutally horrific way. The "scream" of the Stuka Dive Bomber was a nightmare for those on its receiving end. And for as ugly as it was, the phenomenal fit and tuck of each part of its construction more than made up for its homely looks. MilViz has captured that preciseness about the Stuka's construction very accurately IMO. Even tho I'm not much of an FSX flyer, I'll be giving this plane some considerable air time. Thanks, MilViz.. a nice gesture on your part.

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    "Rumor" has it, those of us poor folk who paid full price for the Stuka, will receive the Beaver for free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dvj View Post
    "Rumor" has it, those of us poor folk who paid full price for the Stuka, will receive the Beaver for free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hairyspin View Post
    I still think it's one of the most truly, deeply, comprehensibly ugly aircraft ever cobbled together by aircraft designers - but a Milviz quality model for free? Oh, all right then! Thank you, MV!
    There surely are a lot of english designs in the results of an "ugly aircraft" Google search...



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    "One of" the most ugly, Bjoern, "one of". Which the ugliest of all is/was I couldn't say. Mirror, mirror on the wall... oh, of course, the Caproni CA 60



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    Oh geezzz, did that thing really fly? If it did, it was only for the fact that it was so ugly that the earth repelled it.

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    A very generous offer! Particularly of interest to me, regarding the time period, for example on gauges that also have been used in my old Fokkers. Lots of Askania etc.

    OT: Can't help to say though, that it's the Germans who made it to the moon, it's the Germans who invented aerodynamics, it's the Germans who came up first with the area rule, and so on... In a similar way, on the other hand, the Britons shaped airforces, while the Yanks finally marketed aerospace. We the Dutch didn't do anything than being over-conservative/-naive. Well, take it as a partial joke
    Look at the Messerschmidts, Dorniers, Heinkels (who was the first with elliptic wing? Ah, Heinkel!), it ain't ugly And by the way, most dive bombers aren't that handsome.
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    Thanks for the Heads Up papab, and a big thanks to Milviz for offering this product to the community for free!


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    Quote Originally Posted by hairyspin View Post
    "One of" the most ugly, Bjoern, "one of". Which the ugliest of all is/was I couldn't say. Mirror, mirror on the wall... oh, of course, the Caproni CA 60



    Perhaps Milton Shupe is looking for his next project after the Marauder and the Havoc ......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackbird686 View Post
    Oh geezzz, did that thing really fly? If it did, it was only for the fact that it was so ugly that the earth repelled it.

    BB686
    It did just a short hop. Legend says that to simulate the weight of passengers, sand bags were put on the seats the day of the first flight. Nobody did constrained them though, so as soon as the plane lifted from the water, they all fell and shifted the CG. The plane crashed soon after. There's still a couple of pieces surviving to this day, that thing is massive!

    Nothing beats french stuff as far as pure ugliness go!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dvj View Post
    "Rumor" has it, those of us poor folk who paid full price for the Stuka, will receive the Beaver for free.
    Unfortunately that "rumor" is more of a "wish" as I can confirm its incorrect
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    Quote Originally Posted by papab View Post
    Get it here:
    Even though the installer says "available shortly", the installer is there.....

    http://milviz.com/flight/products/JU87/index.php

    Rick
    Thanks. Downloaded immediately. I dont think it flies well in P3D though unless Im doing something completely (wrong) possible... it sputters like the mixture needs adjusting, but I cant find it. Also the prop disk needs some tuning. its mostly black. Still a great model. Thank you Milviz for the unusual present!

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