G-KURK A2A Piper Cub.zip
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    G-KURK A2A Piper Cub.zip

    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category P3D / P4D Add-Ons - Civilian repaints

    Description: This is repaint of L-4 "Grasshopper" version of Piper "Cub". Real repaint was inspiration for this skin outside and inside - it was adapted for A2A Piper Cub for P3Dv4.4+. The plane "Liberty Girl II" is used by Maurice Kirk. He traveled on this G-KURK on many places on the World and took up the challenge in 2016 - Vintage Air Rally over Africa (didn't finish it). Textures only, you need A2A mode for P3Dv4.4+l. The set has outside textures and completly rebuilded inside textures (cockpit). Enjoy and maybe help him to finish this race virtally !

    If You need more info about this pilot, his Cub and this skin check this topic on A2A forum:https://a2asimulations.com/forum/vie...p?f=62&t=70067

    To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit G-KURK A2A Piper Cub.zip
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Few screenshots:

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    Maurice Kirk! Aka "the Flying Vet" (veterinary surgeon)

    He lives (when not in jail for sticking 2 fingers up to authorities) local to me.

    Definitely an eccentric, landed in the grounds of George Bush's ranch in 2008....and got locked up because of it.

    His tales used to be on his website at www.kirkflyingvet.com



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