This fictional work imagines a livery that the Douglas R4D-1 (equivalent to DC-3A-360) with the serial number 4222 might have worn during its lifetime had it continued to fly after its real-life collision with a Curtiss R5C-1 (equivalent to a C-46A) in 1945 at El Centro Naval Air Facility in California.
The EPOCH family of virtual airlines are produced and managed by Joel ("bc") Johnson at http://www.unex-planedapps.com. Partake of his team's lovely scenery and lively scenarios to test your flight simulator skills.
* Only the aircraft's exterior is being modified by this package. Interior textures will remain the developer's default.
* Two sets of proprietary art are included, each tailored to a specific version of X-Plane.
* Exclusive night-time textures (LITs) are also provided, with guidance on their activation included.
* X-Plane version 10 and/or 11
* VSkyLab's DC-3, available from
* Familiarity with using your operating system's file manager to move folders
* Optionally (to activate night-time textures), a text editing program
Instructions for installing the liveries and activating the night textures are provided in the included "_read me first" text file.
* This package contains the original artwork of Robert W. Heyen d/b/a SimSmith and it is not affiliated with or endorsed by VSkyLabs or Laminar Research.
* Only you may use the graphic files including with this package on your own computer for your own personal entertainment.
* Any component or content of this package are not to be sold in a commercial product, or included in any payware or freeware package without specific written permission from the developer of this package.
* View the file named "the eula.txt" for details regarding the licensing agreement in affect.
* Please do not contact VSkyLabs or Laminar Research with questions regarding this SimSmith package.
* Support requests should be sent by PM or via e-mail to email@example.com.