FS2004 Gmax Source for 30+ Aircraft

FS2004 Gmax Source for 30+ Aircraft 2019-12-09

NOTICE: By downloading these files you are hereby acknowledging agreement to properly credit the original designer(s) for their efforts should you release any reworks and/or paint-ups of these files.
In addition, you agree not to sell, package for sale, and/or distribute these files, or alterations thereof, for profit. These source files may NOT be uploaded to any other web site without the permission of the author(s). Use these files at your own risk.
The Makemdl.xml entries required for the FS2004 gmax aircraft is also included.

From Milton Shupe,

I grant permissions for my gmax source to be used to enhance any simulation and I am happy to make a contribution as long as the following caveats are understood and adhered to:

You may use the gmax source for reference, for parts, or you may improve on these models and release them as freeware as long as:

1) There is free access to the freeware (i.e. no membership fees required to get to it).
2) You must mention in credits that the original source copyright belongs to Milton Shupe and that I give permission for its use, modifications, and redistribution. (This hopefully keeps hundreds of people from writing to alert me. :).
3) The original source may not be redistributed.

If you choose to re-release the model with your modifications, you may NOT use any other part of the originally released MSFS model package or panels, gauges, sounds, textures, or flight model (.air file and aircraft.cfg). These items are copyrighted by other individuals, not me.

That means that after your mods, you must remap for textures, provide your own gauges, textures, sounds and flight model.

If you interested in Gmax Video tutorials for beginning modelers, see the following:

Have fun!
Milton Shupe
December 2019
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Dear "uncle" Milton, thank you for sharing your hard work. Cheers!
You are welcome Antaris. I hope that some of it can be helpful for others who are learning, or as inventory of parts, or to improve overall and re-release as more modern versions.