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Old March 6th 08, 04:36 AM posted to rec.aviation.restoration
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Default T-6 Texan Navy model aircraft

The T-6 Texan was an advanced trainer aircraft. It used to train
fighter pilots of many air forces during World War II. It was used by
the US Navy and designated it as the SNJ.

Warplanes.com offers T-6 Texan (SNJ) Navy model aircraft. It was made
from the highest quality material available. It has a span of 16.75
inches and length of 10.5 inches.

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