three dimensional graphics sharing

If you know something thats not in here please share it

three dimensional graphics sharing

Postby executioners » Tue Jun 02, 2020 7:10 pm

from the title: "if you know something thats not in here please share it" of course

who wants to see some three dimensional vehicles and battle equipment moving around to a modification?

such as:

the Pierce-Arrow Silver arrow Sedan of 1933 (early car with flushed headlights to the fenders),
the Chrysler Thunderbolt of 1941 (early car with flushed headlights to the hull),
the Stout Scarab of 1932 (early car with flushed headlights to the hull),
the Heinz Phantom Corsair of 1938 (early car with flushed headlights to the hull),
the Ford Convertible of 1937 (early car with flushed headlights to the fenders),
the Ford Pickup of 1940 (early car with flushed headlights to the fenders),
the Edsel Ford 40 of 1934 (early race car with flushed headlights to the hull),
the Thompson House car of 1934 (early car with flushed headlights to the hull),
the Chevrolet Pickup of 1941 (early car with flushed headlights to the fenders),
the Bell P-59 Airacomet of 1942 (two engined jet fighter),
the Convair B-36 of 1946 (ten engined jet propeller bomber),
the Beechcraft 17 Staggerwing of 1932 (biplane with enclosed flight deck),
the Grumman FF-1 Goblin of 1931 (biplane with enclosed flight deck),
the Curtiss SOC Seagull of 1934 (biplane with enclosed flight deck),
the Curtiss T-32 Condor II of 1932 (two engined biplane with enclosed flight deck),
the Bell 47, H-13 of 1945 (helicopter),
the De Havilland D.H.89 of 1934 (two engined biplane with enclosed flight deck),
the Handley Page H.P.42, H.P.45 of 1930 (four engined biplane with enclosed flight deck),
the Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 of 1939 (early car with flushed headlights to the fenders),
the Fiat CR.32 of 1933 (biplane),
the Cierva C.30 of 1934 (helicopter),
the Panhard Levasor Dynamic 140 of 1939 (early car with flushed headlights to the fenders),
the Peugeot 402 of 1938 (early race car with flushed headlights to the fenders),
the Bugatti 57C of 1939 (early car with flushed headlights to the fenders),
the Bugatti 57G of 1936 (early race car with flushed headlights to the hull),
the Bugatti 57SC Atlantic of 1936 (early car with flushed headlights to the fenders),
the Delage D6 GP of 1939 (early race car with flushed headlights to the hull),
the Delage D8-120S of 1937 (early car with flushed headlights to the fenders),
the Talbot Lago T150C of 1936 (early race car with flushed headlights to the hull),
the Kawanishi H6K of 1936 (four engined flying boat bomber),
the Steyr RSO-3 of 1942 (tracked gun carrier),
the Coanda jet biplane of 1910 (early jet airplane),
the Kalinin K-7 of 1932 (seven engined bomber),
the Polikarpov R-Z of 1935 (biplane with enclosed flight deck),
the Krupp 28cm K5 (E) Leopold kanone of 1934 (railroad cannon),
the Rheinmetall-Borsig Rheinbote (ground to ground missile),
the BMW 328 of 1936 (early race car with flushed headlights to the fenders),
the Opel Kadett of 1936 (early car with flushed headlights to the hull),
the Mercedes 540K Stromlinien of 1938 (early car with flushed headlights to the fenders),
the Rheinmetall 60cm 040 Karl selbstfahrenden morser of 1940 (self-propelled mortar),
the Bachem Ba 349 of 1945 (rocket fighter),
the Messerschmitt Me 163S Komet of 1941 (two seater rocket fighter),
the Lippisch Li P.13A of 1944 (jet fighter),
the Heinkel He 162 of 1944 (jet fighter),
the Focke Wulf Fw Ta 183 of 1945 (jet fighter),
the Arado Ar 234 Blitz of 1942 (two engined jet bomber),
the Horten Ho IX of 1945 (two engined jet flying wing fighter),
the Messerschmitt Me 262B-1 of 1942 (two engined two seater jet fighter),
the Junkers Ju 287 of 1944 (four engined jet bomber with forward swept wings),
the Dornier Do X of 1928 (twelve engined flying boat),
the Focke Wulf Triebflugel of 1944 (jet helicopter fighter),
the Focke Achgelis Fa 223 of 1940 (two propeller helicopter fighter),
the Haunebu II of 1942 (flying disk)

all in one folder here:

https://www.4shared.com/rar/Dd5P1iB5iq/graphics.html

and remember, you take it free you give it free

because sharing is caring

cheers
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