For use upon Leading Edge Simulation's ("LES") DC-3 (v1.4, the latest made for XP10), available at...
This livery depicts how the DC-3 was delivered to Delta by Douglas Aircraft in 1940. This particular aircraft, known as "Ship 41" was Delta's first passenger-carrying DC-3 (since its sibling "Ship 40" was tasked for pilot training). Over the years, Ship 41 flew in continuous service for many other owners. In 1993, Ship 41 was found in Puerto Rico and flown back to Atlanta for a full restoration. Upon completion in 1999, Ship 41 became the keystone of the Delta Flight Museum.
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The included documentation will instruct you on how to install, use and optionally customize your DC-3 to take advantage of X-Plane 11's new Physically Based Rendering (PBR) feature.
Use of this livery requires...
* X-Plane 11
* A legal copy of LES's DC-3, which needs to be installed into your X-Plane 11's aircraft repository
* A text editor, to revise select .obj files
* A full understanding that by installing the DC-3 and applying the modifications mentioned herein, you waive any support from the developer (LES), who has not yet authorized this digital model for use in X-Plane 11
A second "aged" livery has been added to this package as of version 2.00.
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