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AT-6G Texan (Silver) USAF Military Aircraft Model
AT-6G Texan (Silver) USAF Military Aircraft Model

AT-6G Texan (Silver) USAF Military Aircraft Model

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Part Number:TAMAT06AYT


AT-6G Texan (Silver) USAF Military Aircraft Model


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AT-6G Texan (Silver) USAF Military Aircraft Model

AT-6G Texan (Silver) USAF Military Aircraft Model

Excellent Craftsmanship!
Our master craftsmen, working from three-dimensional drawings, handcraft each model from either the finest Philippine mahogany or state-of-the-art composite.

Each model is shaped with remarkable precision and attention to detail. Several stages of fine sanding, between primer coats, produce a smooth finish ready for final painting.

Talented artists using ultra-fine brushes and decals, paint the nose art, stripes and markings. A final coat of clear polyurethane provides lasting protection and brilliance.

    Item Details:
  • 1/32 scale model
  • Wing Span: 15.75 Inches
  • Length:10.75 Inches

    Item Highlights:
  • Makes a GREAT gift!
  • Many different models to choose from
  • Hand made from fine Philippine mahogany or state-of-the-art composite


Model Description

The collectable model AT-6G Texan represents one of the great training aircraft in history, a plane that was a stepping stone for many great pilots. A design that dates back to the 1930s, the Texan is a favorite of warbird collectors. Painstakingly built from Philippine mahogany by our skilled craftsmen with a wealth of detail, this AT-6G Texan I makes a great gift for any aviation enthusiast or history buff.

The T-6 dates back to a design for a Basic Combat Aircraft that first flew in 1937, with 180 versions of the BC-1 being ordered by the Army Air Corps. The advanced trainer version included the AT-6A, equipped with a Pratt & Whitney R-1430 Wasp radial of 550 horsepower.

The U.S. Navy also used the AT-6A, with their version known as the SNJ-3.

In the 1950s, the AT-6G variant was created from rebuilt AT-6As, with an improved cockpit layout, increased fuel capacity, modified landing gear with steerable tailwheel, updated radios and a more powerful engine.

With a crew of two – a student and an instructor – the T-6 was an aircraft flown by hundreds of thousands of pilots as an advanced trainer. In Korea in Vietnam the T-6 was also used as a forward air control aircraft. Used worldwide, the T-6 remained in use as a trainer in some countries as late as 1995.

More than 15,000 were built, and hundreds more still fly today.

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