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  • NORTH AMERICAN AT-6 SERIES Aircraft For Sale

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    1949 North American T6G. 10,420 TT. 235 SMOH. S/N 49-3179. Restoration finished '04. More Info

    Don Wheeler

    (559) 816-0313

    Eureka, CA USA

    "Visit Us at OSHKOSH in the Warbird Area!" COURTESY: 1945 AT-6F Just Listed! 1999 Restoration, 780 Hours SMOH, Smoke, Redlines and No Damage. $235,000 S... More Info

    Courtesy Aircraft Sales

    800 4-COURTESY

    LA USA

    Excellent Condition 1942 NA AT6-D with Rare Rear Swivel Seat & Canopy for Rear Gun Mount! Restored 1992 IFR Current - RARE! More Info

    Lock Haven Aircraft Sales

    (570) 971-7545

    Lock Haven, PA USA

    North American AT-6 Series Aircraft Information

    Also listed under the designation of North American Harvard or North American SNJ, the North American T-6 Texan is an advanced trainer, single engine aircraft used for training by the US Army Air Force, Royal Air Force, US Navy, and other British air forces. The T-6 was designated as the SNJ by the US Navy and the Harvard by the Royal Air Force.

    The North American T-6 Texan features retractable tailwheel landing gear, a two-way radio, and provision for armament. Later models featured slight modifications and more powerful engines.

    The first models were the BC series. The variations in the series were the North American BC-1 (basic combat trainer), BC-1A (semi-monocoque rear fuselage, vertical tail surfaces, and squared-off wingtips), BC-1B, and the BC-11 (instrument trainers), The next series was designated the North American AT-6 Texan series. Variants include the AT-6 Texan (same a BC-1A powered by an R-1340-47 engine), AT-6A (features a removable wing center section and a R-1340-49 engine), AT-6B (uses R-1340-AN-1), North American AT-6C (low-alloy steel and plywood structure changes), North American AT-6D (24v DC electrical system), XAT-6E, North American AT-6F (strengthened airframe and minor modifications), North American AT-6G, and the North American AT-6J. The next series was designated the T-6 Texan line and were mostly redesignations from the AT series. Variations in this series include the T-6A, T-6C, T-6D, T-6F, T-6G, LT-6G, T-6H, and the T-6J. The SNJ Texan series for the US Navy includes the SNJ-1, SNJ-2, SNJ-3, SNJ-3C, North American SNJ4, SNJ-4C, SNJ-5, SNJ-5C, SNJ-6, SNJ-7, SNJ-7B, and the SNJ-8. The Harvard series includes the Harvard I, Harvard II, Harvard IIA (RAF and Commonwealth), Harvard IIA (RCAF), Harvard IIB, Harvard T.T.IIB, Harvard IIF, Harvard III, and the North American Harvard IV.

    Other variations and designations include: A-27, NA-16, NA-18, NA-19, NA-19A, NA-20, NA-22, NA-23, NA-26, N-27, NA-28, NA-29, NA-30, NA-31, NA-32, NA-33, NA-34, NA-36, NA-44, NA-55, NA-59, NA-69, NA-72, NA-74, NA-88, and NA-121.

    To view the various models currently available, please check out our North American aircraft for sale for descriptions and photos or PLACE A LISTING of your aircraft for sale.