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Spad XIII

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3D Model License: Standard    Upgrade License
FORMATS
Cinema 4D 10
Lightwave 6.5
Maya 7.0
3ds Max 7.0
Softimage 3.5
3D Studio N/A
OBJ N/A
Other Files
SpadXIII_EXT.zip
3D Model Specifications
46,576 Polygons
54,174 Vertices
Polygonal Geometry
Textures
Materials
UV Mapped
Unknown Unwrapped UVs
Product ID: 503777
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This is a model of the Spad XIII WWI fighter aircraft. A single skin (Eddie Rickenbacker) has been provided. A nice cockpit has been included.

MODEL AND TEXTURES INCLUDED: A model of the Spad XIII biplane has been included as well as color map, bump, and specular map. The aircraft diplayed here is the one flown by Eddie Rickenbacker.

ROTATIONS: The rudders, ailerons, prop, and elevators have been set up to be rotatable.

Textures

Detailed textures are provided including bump, specular. Maximum dimension of textures are 4096 pixels. Photoshop template files are available for download with the product so you can modify the layered textures to your liking.

History

The Spad XIII was a French built biplane fighter that served during the tail end of the war. It was a very capable replacement to the Spad VII. The XIII would become one of the most mass produced aircraft of World War I with over 8000 being built.

In terms of performance it was a notable improvement over the Spad VII. It was most capable as a 'speed' aircraft proving faster than contemporaries like the Sopwith Camel and Fokker D.VII. It's maneuverability was poor and it had a steep gliding angle and sharp stall making it difficult in the hands of a novice pilot.

It first started flying in April 1917. Not only the French flew it but also the Americans. US pilots would score a substantial number of their victories in this aircraft. Famous pilots who flew this aircraft include Georges Guynemer, Rene Fonck, Francesco Baracca, and Eddie Rickenbacker.

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