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1929 U.S. Airmail paint 1.0.0

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1929 U.S. Airmail paint

Here's a classic U.S. Airmail pant for David Eckert's FSX native Stearman. I have converted all of the texture sheets to DDS format and have added a custom wood VC panel.


  1. unzip the "texture.airmail" zip file
  2. Copy the "texture.airmail" folder and paste it into "Stearman_FSX_Native" folder.
  3. Open the Stearman_FSX_Native CFG file with notepad.
  4. Copy the "[fltsim.X]" blow the doted line and paste in to the Stearman_FSX_Native CFG file blwo the last [fltsim.X] and change the [fltsim.X] to the next number in your line up.
  5. Click the save and that should about do it.


title=U.S. Airmail Kaydet
sim=PT-17 Stearman
atc_airline= "airmail"
atc_flight_number= 238
ui_type= PT-17 Kaydet - Civilian
ui_variation= Civilian U.S. Airmail
Description=The Stearman Aircraft Company, started in 1927, was combined with Boeing in 1934. In the same year, the prototype Model 70 private-venture training biplane, designed by Harold Zipp and Jack Clark, was built. Some 61 were bought by the USN as Model 73s and the improved Model 75 appeared in 1936. In total, 8,428 Model 75s had been built by 1945 when production ended. Used by the USAAF and the USN, as well as by other countries, the Model 75 had a variety of military designations: USAAF PT-13, PT-17, PT-18 and USN N2S-1 to N2S-5. The PT-27 was an enclosed cockpit version used by Canada. All Kaydet versions were similar, differing mainly in the type of engine used.\nWhile most post-war surplus Stearmans ended up as crop dusters, many found new homes as airshow performers. This civilian model features comm. radios and GPS. 


Thanks to Ed for updating David Eckert's Stearman to FSX native

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