Messerschmitt BF-109F 4
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004

Owned and Operated by Jesse Lambert aka Cerberus Copyright © 2006 - 2007 SkyUnlimited Productions

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Model: Mike Wholaver
Engine: Jesse Lambert
Textures: Alessandro Biagi
Flight Dynamics: Jerry Beckwith
Panel: Lobo da Silvia
Sound: Jesse Lambert
Historical Information: John Dell
Date: 07-01-05
Updated: 10-07-05
File Size: 15.3 MB
Simulator: FS 2004
Cost: $19.99 U.S.
Virtual Cockpit
These are the stock paint schemes with added Swastikas for historical accuracy. Be sure that the Swastika does not violate the laws of your country before installing this update to your computer.
Historic Paint Schemes

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Download Historical Repaints 4.21 megs
Feature List
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Purchase after download for only $19.99
CD versions cost an addtional $10 for manufacture and shipping

"The details put into the model are astonishing and well presented. All distinct features that made the BF109F unique have been recreated with the finest of detail."
Canadian Pilots
"The flight model is where this plane excels, and it does take some real getting used to."
"The sound is simply awesome!"
Product Updates
Version 2.0

1. $5.00 Spitfire Coupon now fixed and valid through 12-01-05
(Major Spitfire Update Coming Soon)

2. Two New Stunning Paint Schemes

3. Machine Gun Effects

4. Improved Flap and Radiator Animation.

5. Improved Prop Textures (Now Darker)

6. Fixed Nose Guns disappearing

7. Added contrail and vaportrail effects.

8. In game Checklist added to compliment the manual

9. Various other fixs and enhancements
Paint Kit

A newly released paint kit is now available in Photoshop format for ease in repainting this aircraft. Feel free to post textures only to your favorite flight simulator website.

Download Paint Kit Now 1.4 megs
Version 2.1

1. Swastikas removed from main product. Can still be installed by an additional download found below.

2. Resolution errors addressed on some paint schemes.