CFS Macro Morris CS8 North Africa
CFS Macro Morris CS8 North Africa. CFS Version of a WWII ground vehicle. The Morris CS8, was a 0. 75 ton, 4x2, Light Truck, built by british Morris Car Company during the Second World War. This is the Tropical version used by British 8th Army on North Africa. The 15 cwt CS8 Morris-Commercial was first developed in 1934. Great Britains War Department had the need for a general purpose vehicle. Using the specs outlined by the War Department, the Morris Car Company designed a truck using many of the components from their 1933 civilian C series range. The newly designed truck was designated CS8, (S denoting 6 cylinder and 8 denoting an approximate 8 feet wheel base) it had a short stubby appearance with a high ground clearance. The original design CS8 evolved into three Series, the Mark I, II
Show more... & III. The early CS8 had a small windscreen and canvas doors. These were replaced by a full windscreen and metal skinned half doors in 1941. The CS8 became the workhorse of the British Army and many fell into Axis hands at Dunkirk, Crete, Singapore and North Africa where they were equally welcomed as a fine piece of British craftmanship. I have created this api macro with Easy Object Designer (EOD), Version 2. 0. 47 (Matthias Br ckner), to generate four (with and without canvas, with and without windshield) static Morris CS8, used by British 8th Army on North Africa. Some textures are based on pictures availables on WWII Drawings site, mastered by Vincent Bourgui on, Rochefort (Belgium) and www. o5m6. de, Engines of the Red Army site. This macro was tested only in CFS1 sceneries, but I believe that can work without problems in CFS2-3 and FS2000-2002. All mine API macros, could be included on objects libraries with crash detection (for CFS missions), but must be distributed with the original API-MACRO copyright. Edmundo Abad Santiago-Chile September 2012 Show less...