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Mirage 50FC v1.2


Mirage 50FC Chile Air Force

 

Install - For Strike fighters 2 Full Merge 4 or 5 (minimum SF2Israel and SF2Europe ).

 

Later converted mirage50CN Pantera.

 

Animed Cockpit - SHFT + 0

 

Modelo - TK(Mirage5F)

avionics - cheetah- ace888

Decals and Hangar Screen - Coupi

Data.ini - Denis Oliveira, Coupi

Textures - Coupi,Ludo and Denis Oliveira

Loading Screen and mod - Denis Oliveira


 

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