* "Yankee Tiki" (formerly known as "Kool Kiwi" and "Mutha Goose") is a surviving Douglas R4D-5L (later redesignated LC-47H) of Operation Deep Freeze in the Antarctic from 1955 to 1966.
* This repaint depicts her as she appeared in 1969 when turned over to the government of New Zealand, which in turn presented the aircraft to the city of Christchurch and subsequently came under the care of the Ferrymead Aeronautical Society.
* Learn more about the U.S. Navy units involved in 'ODF' at:
* This package is applicable to the VSkyLabs DC-3 add-on models --currently version 002.5a for X-Plane 10 and version 002.7b1 for X-Plane 11.
* Only the aircraft's exterior is being modified by this package. Interior textures will remain the developer's default.
* Proprietary normal/bump maps are included, tailored to the targeted version of X-Plane.
* Exclusive night-time textures (LITs) are also provided, with guidance on their (optional) activation included.
* Exclusive new ski textures are now also 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.