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    Miles Master II or Martinet

    Has anyone ever done one for Fs2004?

    I know of and have Ted Cook's Master III with the P&W engine and Master 1 with the Kestrel engine,
    but what of the Master II or Martinet TT.1 with the Bristol Mercury radial?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miggers View Post
    Has anyone ever done one for Fs2004?

    I know of and have Ted Cook's Master III with the P&W engine and Master 1 with the Kestrel engine,
    but what of the Master II or Martinet TT.1 with the Bristol Mercury radial?

    No one fancy having a go at those much forgotten but very popular Miles types then?

    Could either of Ted's be modified to Master II with the Bristol radial?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miggers View Post
    No one fancy having a go at those much forgotten but very popular Miles types then?

    Could either of Ted's be modified to Master II with the Bristol radial?
    Hi Miggers,
    I think they have been overlooked being sort of sub types.
    I'm still trying to finish my Hawk Major, which is being interrupted by house moves and a commission project..........whilst I am struggling & slowing down physically - b**dy Parkinson's.........
    Keith

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dev One View Post
    Hi Miggers,
    I think they have been overlooked being sort of sub types.
    I'm still trying to finish my Hawk Major, which is being interrupted by house moves and a commission project..........whilst I am struggling & slowing down physically - b**dy Parkinson's.........
    Keith
    Hello Keith.

    I've been musing the subject with Dave Moly,he said talk to you.

    I think the Master/Martinet has been seriously overlooked both in flightsim and scale model terms,
    especially the Bristol powered Master II and it's derivatives.

    Miggs

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    I have Ted cooks Master MK 1 source files. I long a go turned them into various CFS2 versions, they may work in FS9 (click my sig picture below). I'm not sure I remember FSDS much anymore or how difficult it would be to make a MK2 out of them, would need decent drawings to work from, lots of time and probably more, it's been sooooo long.

    Jamie

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    Miggs,

    Just use Ted cook's Master III and don't look too closely. ...https://simviation.com/1/browse-Vintage-42-2, and there is no Martinet...yet!

    Cheers

    Shessi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shessi View Post
    Miggs,

    Just use Ted cook's Master III and don't look too closely. ...https://simviation.com/1/browse-Vintage-42-2, and there is no Martinet...yet!

    Cheers

    Shessi
    Ooh Shess,you naughty boy,you'll be telling me there's a Bristol Merc. soundset next for it too.
    It's a shame Keith(Dev1)hasn't the time,I've "flown" Keith's products for many years,they're excellent.

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    M,
    Won't promise anything at all...but watch this space...

    Cheers

    Shessi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shessi View Post
    M,
    Won't promise anything at all...but watch this space...

    Cheers

    Shessi

    Well,if you need a beta tester.............

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