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Offline Galemp

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Originally posted by Killfrenzy
If anyone does an MC-90 Mon Calamari cruiser accurately, I will love them forever! :D:D:D


What, you mean this old heap of junk?



:D :D

That's actually someone else's model we're using for reference. I can't promise you the FS2 version will be that nice (that's about 5300 polies) but we'll try to come as close as we can.
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Originally posted by GalacticEmperor
(that's about 5300 polies)


Ouch - and the polies in that one are still visible. :-/
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